Eric Mulder is the Libertarian candidate for Sheriff of Arapahoe County. A six year veteran of the United States Army, Eric understands the dangers that law enforcement officers can face, and also understands the importance of protecting citizens from government abuse. That is why Eric's platform is based around:

Demilitarization. Law enforcement agencies have become increasingly militarized in the United States. This has had a detrimental effect on civil liberties.  To protect the freedoms of individuals from militarized encroachment, the Sheriff needs to uphold and affirm the principles of liberty as affirmed by the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights.

Decriminalization. The Justice System has relied extensively on the use of prisons and jails as an address for societal concerns- with disastrous results that have obliterated thousands of lives for often victimless crimes. The Sheriff's department needs to stand up to this erroneous approach to justice, and develop a policy that promotes community based solutions over incarceration.


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    “I endorse Eric Mulder for Sheriff because I believe in a world set free in our lifetimes!”

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    “I encourage everyone who lives in Arapahoe county to give Eric Mulder a good look for sheriff. He’s hard working and very passionate about liberty.”

  • endorsed

    “Eric did a great job of explaining the advantages of the Libertarian alternative in a recent debate. It's time to elect a Libertarian Sheriff.”

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    “About a decade ago I was at the County Administration Building in Littleton, and noticed what seemed to be armored fighting vehicles tucked away in a garage. About four years ago I talked to David Walcher, now the incumbent Sherrif, about it, and he said Arapahoe County does not own any such vehicles. After a bit more prodding he told me that they were "regional assets." I expect that to means he will make them available to Denver P.D. the next time they want to "get up early to beat the crowds" as they boasted during the Democratic Convention here in 2008. That is why I have Mulder's "Demilitarize the Police" sticker on my car.”

  • endorsed

    “Eric Mulder is a great guy and a champion for liberty for all people. He has the experience and drive to be a great sheriff.”

April 14, 2018

Nomination Secured!

Thanks to your support I was able to successfully secure the Libertarian Party of Arapahoe County's nomination to run on their ballot line for Sheriff! I've also managed to file all of the necessary paper work with the Arapahoe County Clerk & Recorder's Elections Division. Next step is to await confirmation for the November Ballot!

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Show your support for this campaign by endorsing it and sharing why!

  • endorsed

    “I endorse Eric Mulder for Sheriff because I believe in a world set free in our lifetimes!”

  • endorsed

    “I encourage everyone who lives in Arapahoe county to give Eric Mulder a good look for sheriff. He’s hard working and very passionate about liberty.”

  • endorsed

    “Eric did a great job of explaining the advantages of the Libertarian alternative in a recent debate. It's time to elect a Libertarian Sheriff.”

  • endorsed

  • endorsed

    “About a decade ago I was at the County Administration Building in Littleton, and noticed what seemed to be armored fighting vehicles tucked away in a garage. About four years ago I talked to David Walcher, now the incumbent Sherrif, about it, and he said Arapahoe County does not own any such vehicles. After a bit more prodding he told me that they were "regional assets." I expect that to means he will make them available to Denver P.D. the next time they want to "get up early to beat the crowds" as they boasted during the Democratic Convention here in 2008. That is why I have Mulder's "Demilitarize the Police" sticker on my car.”

  • endorsed

    “Eric Mulder is a great guy and a champion for liberty for all people. He has the experience and drive to be a great sheriff.”