via the Libertarian Party of Arkansas:
In order to meet the early nomination deadlines that have been imposed by recent legislation, the LPAR must nominate it’s candidates for the 2016 general election by convention before the first week of November 2015. Consequently, we will be holding a SPECIAL NOMINATING CONVENTION on Saturday, October 24, 2015.
It is important for all prospective candidates and members of the Libertarian Party to attend. We will be selecting the candidates that will publicly represent our Party and present Libertarian alternatives to the policies of the other two parties. Please plan to be there if you can.
All members of the party are invited to attend the nominating process and vote without restriction or cost, but we do ask all attendees to make a donation of $50 to cover the cost of the lunch and meeting facilities.
The convention will be held at:
Wyndham Riverfront Little Rock
2 Riverfront Place
North Little Rock, AR 72114
If you’re coming into town and would like to book a room at the Wyndham, we have a special rate of $99/night. Our group discount reservation page is here.
This is due to a new law, as explained by Richard Winger at Ballot Access News:
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