Libertarian Party of Texas Headquarters
Libertarians Open New HQ – Launch New Candidate How-to Book
AUSTIN, TEXAS – February 5th, 2010 — The Libertarian Party of Texas will officially open their new headquarters in Austin on Monday, February 8th at 7:00PM
For Immediate Release
Contact: Robert Butler 512-758-9134
Libertarian Party of Texas
Libertarians Open New HQ; Launch New Candidate How-to Book
AUSTIN, TEXAS – February 5th, 2010 —
The Libertarian Party of Texas will officially open their new headquarters in Austin on Monday, February 8th at 7:00PM at 1904 Guadalupe Street.
Libertarians and the general public are invited to attend the Grand Opening celebration.
Refreshments will be provided.
LPT Executive Director Robert Butler will also be signing copies of his new book, 18 Steps to Win a Local Election. “We are very excited about our new office in the heart of Austin, right between the university and the Texas Capitol. We look forward to working with the Libertarian Longhorns, and being a resource for Libertarians statewide,” said LPT Chair Patrick Dixon. “We are also right down the hallway from Brave New Books which has been a gathering place for Austin’s liberty movement for four years.”
18 Steps to Win a Local Election is the first campaign handbook and workbook written expressly for Libertarians and other supporters of small government.
Robert Butler has 20 years of political experience. He worked for US Senator Connie Mack, US Representative Porter Goss, and the Republican National Committee in the 1990s before becoming a Libertarian in 2001. Since then, he served in the Libertarian Parties of Indiana and Ohio before taking his current position as Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Texas. He tied all these experiences together in the 18 Steps.
“We have a strong field of candidates this year. Our new office and this new book will only enhance their ability to run effective campaigns,” said Butler. In response to his newest neighbor, Harlan Dietrich, owner of Brave New Books said, “This store promotes local activism through its literature. Robert Butler’s 18 Steps enables that, and I hope the new Libertarian headquarters will provide the synthesis of political action and education.”
About the Libertarian Party of Texas:
The Libertarian Party of Texas supports more freedom and less government.
We are fiscally conservative and socially tolerant.
We seek to restore the great American free enterprise system that made us the strongest, most powerful economy in the world: lower taxes, free markets, free trade, less regulation, and less red tape for businesses big and small. We respect your right to live your life the way you see fit, and expect you to take responsibility for the consequences.
Find out more at: http://lptexas.org Libertarian Party of Texas
Robert Butler, Executive Director: 512-758-9134 email@example.com