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Event

Libertarian Party of Indiana 2014 State Convention

When:

Start date: 
Friday, April 25, 2014 - 9:00am
End date: 
Sunday, April 27, 2014 - 6:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Eastern

Where:

Caribbean Cove Hotel and Water Park
3850 DePauw Blvd
Indianapolis, IN 46268 Today

Description:

 

 

Every year, Libertarians from around Indiana gather to elect their candidates, select leadership, participate in training, select national convention delegates and enjoy each other’s company! This year, Hoosier delegates will celebrate our 20th year of continuous ballot access, look back on the challenges we have faced and plan for a successful 2014. Delegates will select federal, statewide and state level candidates as well as choose LNC Convention delegates for the late-June national convention. RSVP via Facebook as well!

The 2014 state convention will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana from Friday evening April 25 to Sunday April 27, 2014 at the Caribbean Cove Hotel and Conference Center.

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Friday, April 25, 2014 Hospitality Suites
6:00 PM — 9:00 PM EST Join libertarians from every corner of Indiana for cocktails and casual fun!

 

Saturday, April 26 Speakers
TBD

LPIN Business Meetings - Revision of by-laws, points of order will be discussed. Nomination of candidates. Annual awards for volunteers, candidates and communicators will be announced. The business meeting is free to all LPIN members. All other sessions of the weekend require a convention package.
Sunday, April 27, 2014 1994 Society Breakfast
An Exclusive Breakfast for 1994 Society Members - The 1994 Society is a monthly pledge program that is the life blood for the Libertarian Party of Indiana. In an effort to thank our members for advancing the cause of the Libertarian Party over the last year, we’ll host a special breakfast on Sunday morning.To gain admission, please join the 1994 Society today!

Check back for more speaker information.

 

2014 Libertarian Party of Indiana Convention Agenda

The 2014 Libertarian Party of Indiana Convention Agenda is available here.

 

Standing Rules and Business Meeting Agenda

The Standing Rules and Business Meeting Agenda are available here.

 

Proposed Bylaws Amendments

The 2014 LPIN Bylaws Committee Amendments are available here.

 

Package Information

Convention package rate will be determined and posted soon.
 
 
Package includes all speakers, workshops, lunch and dinner on Saturday (and breakfast on Sunday for 1994 Society members) and post-banquet entertainment.

REGISTER HERE

Online registration will be available soon. When available, simply choose the package you prefer once announced, type in the package name and price and proceed to the secure payment form.You are limited to two people per registration transaction.  If you are paying for two people, please enter the second attendee’s name in the box below. If you are registering more than two, please complete this registration the appropriate number of times. If you are registering for multiple people, please e-mail Dan Drexler at chair@lpin.org. To guarantee your status as a delegate to the convention, including voting rights, you must be a member of the LPIN in good standing. If you prefer to register by check, contact Dan Drexler at 317-920-1994 or by email at chair@lpin.org.

Please enter the dollar amount that you will be purchasing. Then click “Continue to secure payment form” and you will be taken to a secure web site to enter your personal information.

*If this is a student package, please note this in the “Company Name” section of the billing area.

Delegate Information

Delegate requirements:

  1. To be a voting member at a Libertarian convention, a person must be a member of the LPIN at least 20 days before the convention – March 31, 2013. Membership dues are $25 per year or at least $10 per month in the 1994 Society. Find out more about membership here. (Membership dues are not included in, nor do they count towards, the LPIN 2012 convention package.) If you’ve previously joined, you may also email State Chair Dan Drexler to check your membership status (chair@lpin.org).
  2. 2. To serve as a delegate, you must talk to your county chairman about being selected as a delegate. They  must inhabit the counties for which County Organizations they serve as Delegate or Alternate Delegate. If your county is not affiliated or if the county’s delegation is full, you can still be seated by the convention credentials committee. If you have questions about the delegate process, please contact Dan Drexler at chair@lpin.org.

Please enter your desired one-time donation amount.

Then click “Continue to secure payment form” and you will be taken to a secure web site to enter your personal information.

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Make a Monthly Contribution through the 1994 Society:

Your contribution will be credited toward your 1994 Society membership in the LPIN.

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Hotel Information

Registration is open until April 5th.

Hotel costs not included in the package.

Room rate is TBD.

Attendees staying overnight, should make a reservation directly with the Caribbean Cove Hotel & Conference Center.

Address: 3850 DePauw Boulevard, Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
Phone: 317-872-9790

Caribbean Cove Hotel & Water Park is just a splash away! We’re conveniently located on the northwest side of Indianapolis at the intersection of I-465 North and US 421-Michigan Road. Our facility is only 20 minutes from downtown Indianapolis and is convenient to numerous shopping areas, parks, golf courses, professional sports facilities, nightlife, theaters, cultural events and most major attractions.

Other amenities at this non-smoking hotel include:

  • Free wireless high-speed Internet access
  • Business center
  • Access to LA Fitness gymnasium
  • Guest laundry facilities

Legal:

Paid for and authorized by the Libertarian Party of Indiana, Dan Drexler, Chair, 737 E 86th St, Indianapolis, IN 46240. This is not authorized by any federal candidate or candidate’s committee. Contributions to the LPIN are not tax deductible as charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes. There are state and federal laws requiring political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for contributions. Your contribution will be used in connection with federal elections and is subject to the limitations and prohibitions of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Contributions from foreign nationals are prohibited.

Visit: http://lpin.org/events/2014convention/ for more info