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Ed Clark

Ed Clark, active in the Libertarian Party since its founding, was the Libertarians' 1980 presidential candidate. Along with running mate David Koch, he received nearly a million votes, 1% of the total.

Clark was also the 1978 Libertarian Party of California gubernatorial candidate, receiving 5.5% of the vote.

Clark was the son of a Massachusetts judge. He graduated from Dartmouth in 1952, was a Navy gunnery officer during the Korean War, and graduated with a law degree from Harvard in 1957. He then joined a Wall Street law firm and specialized in antitrust law.

In 1970, Clark married Alicia Garcia Cobos, a textile executive born in Mexico. In 1974, they moved to Los Angeles where Clark headed Atlantic Richfield's legal department.

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