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Bill Of Rights Day with Wayne Allyn Root LP of Indiana

When:

Start date: 
Sunday, December 14, 2008 - 6:00pm
End date: 
Sunday, December 14, 2008 - 7:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Central

Where:

The Rathskellar in Indy
Indianapolis, IN

Description:

While the Secretary of State's race is in November of 2010, we begin now!

A strong Libertarian party is a form of free speech and free assembly, and ballot access one of the most important aspects of our party spreading the message of smaller government. In these times of bailouts, increased taxes, and bigger government, the Libertarian Party must be stronger than ever.

Rumors of increased percentages are whispered in the halls of the Statehouse despite, or because of, the strength of the Libertarian Party in Indiana. We must be prepared.

Should the government pursue members of the Bush administration for crimes committed while in office?

Yes
56% (709 votes)
Maybe
9% (118 votes)
No
35% (439 votes)
Total votes: 1266

Event

Bill of Rights Day Celebration

When:

Start date: 
Monday, December 15, 2008 - 10:00am
End date: 
Monday, December 15, 2008 - 5:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Eastern

Where:

Charlottesville, VA

Description:

Hosted by the Jefferson Area Libertarians, a Bill of Rights Day Celebration will be held. For more information contact Jim Lark at jwlark@virginia.edu

Event

2009 Kansas State Libertarian Party Convention

When:

Start date: 
Saturday, March 7, 2009 - 11:00am
End date: 
Saturday, March 7, 2009 - 4:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Central

Where:

Emporia State University
Emporia, KS

Description:

Date - March 7th, 2009
Place: Emporia State University
ESU Union - Heritage Room
Emporia, Kansas
Time: 11 AM to 4 PM

This meeting will have the elections of all officers, and this is the meeting where we have traditionally had the chance to change the state by-laws, statement of principles, and/or constitution. All proposed changes must be sent to the chair **in writing**, so that we can prepare for the convention and to give all LPKS members as much notice of possible changes being discussed.

Do you consider Obama to be a "socialist?"

Yes
65% (856 votes)
Maybe
13% (176 votes)
No
21% (281 votes)
Total votes: 1313

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Libertarians Seek to Build on Foundation Set in 2008

Hoping to build on a solid performance in 2008, the Libertarian Party looks ahead to 2010.  "This is just the beginning of the new Libertarian Party," says Bob Barr, the 2008 Libertarian Party nominee for president. "This year, we set a solid foundation for freedom, on which we will build a strong and united political organization that advances freedom and liberty in the United States."

The Time is Now!

"This is just the beginning," says Bob Barr, the 2008 presidential nominee of the Libertarian Party.

He couldn't be more right.

The 2008 election was yet another record-breaking year for the Libertarian Party.  Not only did two candidates break the million-vote mark, it was also the first time in the Party's history that our presidential vote total went up in three consecutive presidential elections.

Do you believe Obama's economic plans will make the economy stronger?

Yes
10% (48 votes)
Maybe
15% (71 votes)
No
75% (362 votes)
Total votes: 481

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Libertarian Party Mourns Loss of Libertarian Leader Marshall Fritz

The Libertarian Party wishes to express its condolences to the friends and family of Libertarian activist Marshall Fritz, who passed away on Nov. 4 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

"When I think of Marshall Fritz, I immediately think of other people, because I met so many other Libertarians through Marshall, including Karl Hess and Dr. Jim Lark, at the Advocates Summit '86 in Bethesda, Maryland," says Libertarian Party National Chairman William Redpath. "That summit helped charge me up in the genesis of my becoming involved in the Libertarian Party."

Do you fear the economic reforms of an Obama administration?

Yes
76% (1574 votes)
Maybe
10% (200 votes)
No
14% (296 votes)
Total votes: 2070

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