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Update on Speakers at the Libertarian Party of California’s Convention April 1 to 3


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The weekend of April 1-3 in L.A. is not to be missed!


We have put together a truly spectacular lineup of speakers for the upcoming LPC state convention, unlike LPC conventions in recent years, which focused on delegate business.  It’s got something for everyone:  not just for delegates, but for everyone who wants to be around interesting, thought-provoking luminaries – it’s even for ‘newbies’ to the liberty movement.


We expect most of the LP presidential contenders to be present.  In addition to the many other stellar speakers (including Banquet headliner David Nott, president of Reason), have you noticed the international ‘flare’ of the weekend?


Tim Moen, the Leader (equivalent of national chair) of the Libertarian Party of Canada, will be speaking.  Also, Gerardo Enrique Garibay, a representative of the recently-formed Libertarian Party of Mexico will speak.  How cool is that?  And we will also feature Lily Tang Williams; she grew up in communist China and is now an American Libertarian Party activist, currently running for US Senate in Colorado.


This is just the tip of the iceberg.  See more at  and register today!  The ‘buzz’ is picking up with several media outlets interested in covering the events of the weekend.  Be there!


For liberty,

Ted Brown

Chair, Libertarian Party of California



Nancy Neale

Convention Coordinator


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Jill Pyeatt

Jill Pyeatt is a small-business owner and jewelry designer from Southern California. She currently serves on the Judicial Committee of the Libertarian Party of CA. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter.


  1. Anastasia Beaverhausen Anastasia Beaverhausen March 25, 2016

    You paid the $25 poll tax? Shame.

  2. Root's Teeth Are Awesome Root's Teeth Are Awesome March 25, 2016

    I bought the plain vanilla delegate’s membership for ca. $25. This is because I don’t want to commit to a schedule — I don’t know if I’ll show up for breakfast, or want lunch, or want to see this or that speaker.

    I want EVERY event — Friday dinner, breakfast, lunch, each speaker — to have its own admission fee, available for purchase on the spot. Then I could decide what to see or do spontaneously.

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