Liberty Watch: 2010 Libertarian Party of Clark County Annual Convention

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At the front of the room, Nathan Santucci hosted this event at McMullan�s Irish Pub. The room was filled with 19 party delegates and about that many guests. The delegates included: Tim Hagan, Edward Klapproth, Alice Lillie, Angela McKinster, Kris McKinster, host Nathan Santucci, Joseph Silvestri, Steve Lenores, Zach Frey, Christopher Roberts, Christopher Calicott, Richard Gyer, Charles Barr, Erin Lela, Wayne Rudolph, and Rowan Wilson. Among others.

Santucci started things off by reminding the crowd of the “three things” the Libertarian Party of Clark County asks their members to do: 1) Register Libertarian 2) Join the 1776 Brigade, which is a monthly payment of $17.76 to the party. That membership will include membership in the national, state and local Libertarian Party, as well as help fund outreach materials and events. 3) Attend four or more meeting a year, either a party meeting or Sam Adams night event.

The idea for �Three Things� was started by former �head honcho� Joseph Silvestri. It has caught on and is mentioned at just about every Clark County Libertarian Party meeting. Silvestri left his leadership role with the party last year, but remains an active member and candidate.

In the back of the room, former candidate for U.S. Senate Jim Duensing informed me that he won’t be running for U.S. Senate this year. Apparently time and money will keep him out of the race. I told Duensing “I won’t be running for AD9 either… Unless someone puts up some money!” Plus I need somebody on my team who knows how to fill out those campaign finance reports.

Duensing was running as a small government libertarian candidate hoping to take away enough votes from the left to keep Senator Harry Reid in office. Now it looks like his rival U.S. Senate Candidate Jim Burns will run that race instead. Which seems to have some people worried. Burns is running an opposite campaign from Duensing’s. Burns will run as a liberal Libertarian, with the hopes he takes enough votes away from Reid to insure a Republican victory. Duensing claimed he had “Hell for Harry.” Now it seems a different Jim will see that Sen. Harry Reid Burns in Hell!

3 thoughts on “Liberty Watch: 2010 Libertarian Party of Clark County Annual Convention

  1. LibertarianGirl

    LW: Thursday, February 11 by Lew the Libertarian

    Then came the fun part – the candidate nominations. There were no contested races, except for NOTA who didn’t fare too well getting 0, 1 & 2 votes in every race, except when up against Rowan Wilson who was seeking the candidate nomination for Senate 7. NOTA got 5 votes! That was interesting. I went up to her and asked if I could take her picture for Liberty-Watch.com. She said ‘no’ and promised to email me a campaign photo right away – She broke that campaign promise. Also, I believe a candidate, in that situation, should smile for the camera. Take a lesson from U.S. Congress Libertarian candidate Joseph Silvestri. I’ve asked him for many pictures in the last Decade, and he always ponies up and smiles. Just look at this picture from the convention of Joseph Silvestri just minutes from being nominated. Here now is a list of results from the election.

    Ed Klapproth 19 NOTA 0
    Congress Distrist 1

    Joe Silvestri 18 NOTA 1
    Congress District 3

    Tim Hagan 19 NOTA 0
    County Commission G

    Rowan Wilson 13 NOTA 5
    Senate 7

    Erin Lale 19 NOTA 0
    AD 29

    Ed Klapproth 16 NOTA 2
    ??

    Emily Klapproth 18 NOTA 1
    AD2

    Steve Lenores 16 NOTA 2
    AD10

    Nate Santuti 18
    AD2

    Kristy Turly 16 NOTA 2
    AD

    Aaron Miller 19 NOTA 0
    County Clerk

    Kris McKinster 18 NOTA 1
    County Recorder

    Wayne Rudolph 19 NOTA 1
    Public Administrator

    Steve Morse 17 NOTA 1
    County Assessor

    After the nominations Libertarian candidate for Governor, Art Lampitt and liberal Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Jim Burns gave brief speeches. Many of these delegates will also be delegates at the state convention, where Lampitt and Burns will be going up against NOTA and possibly any other Libertarian looking to put their name up front on the ballot.

  2. Andy

    “Santucci started things off by reminding the crowd of the “three things” the Libertarian Party of Clark County asks their members to do: 1) Register Libertarian 2) Join the 1776 Brigade, which is a monthly payment of $17.76 to the party. That membership will include membership in the national, state and local Libertarian Party, as well as help fund outreach materials and events. 3) Attend four or more meeting a year, either a party meeting or Sam Adams night event.

    The idea for ?Three Things? was started by former ?head honcho? Joseph Silvestri. It has caught on and is mentioned at just about every Clark County Libertarian Party meeting.”

    This is a good idea. There are far too many do nothing Libertarian Party affiliates out there. If more LP affiliates were like the Clark County LP this party would be further ahead.

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