By Karl Dickey
Published on The Examiner on May 22, 2013
Two candidate running to chair the Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF) will visit Broward County tomorrow night at the Libertarian Party of Broward County’s regular monthly meeting in Fort Lauderdale. LPF Vice Chair Char-Lez Braden and LPF Rules Committee chair Dana Moxley Cummings will both speak at the libertarian meeting tomorrow evening being held at 6:00 p.m. at Champps Americana at 6401 N. Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.
Char-Lez recently spoke at the Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County meeting this past Monday evening as he tours the state in his quest to become the next chair of the LPF. The current chair is Adrian Wyllie who is not running for another term so he can focus on his first run to be Florida’s next governor.
Dana Moxley-Cummings is a relative newcomer to the LPF who came over from the Ron Paul campaign and is now working on the Wyllie for Governor campaign.
The decision as to the next chairperson of the Libertarian Party of Florida will be decided in Naples, Florida this Saturday, May 25 at theLPF’s annual state convention. The convention weekend is full of notable speakers including the Libertarian Party’s national chairman, Geoffrey Neale and former Republican strategist Roger Stone. Stone has noted that he also may put his hat in the ring for Governor of Florida under the Libertarian Party’s banner and will make that decision later this year. If he did run for governor, it would cause the first-ever Libertarian Primary for the position. The convention will also elect two new At-Large Directors as well as the election of all new Regional Representatives.