Libertarian Party Executive Committee Meeting Scheduled for July 11, 2016: Encumbrance for Washington DC Candidate

13177215_10154154527882726_5080032156295890667_nFrom the LNC Business List:

There will be an Executive Committee teleconference on Monday, July 11.

The meeting is being called to discuss an an encumbrance to place a
candidate on the ballot for Washington D.C. delegate.

Date: Monday, July 11, 2016
Time: 9:30 p.m. Eastern / 6:30 p.m. Pacific

Dial-in: (217) 258-5588
Guest Pin Code: 207730

1. At conference time, dial the Conference Dial-In number above.
2. At the prompt, enter the Access Code followed by the # key.
3. You will hear music until the Moderator enters the call.
To mute your individual phone line, press * 6.
To un-mute your individual phone line, press * 7.

-Alicia

NOTE: This IPR editor usually attends and reports but due to a conflict with the LPCO Board meeting, I will be unable.

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14 thoughts on “Libertarian Party Executive Committee Meeting Scheduled for July 11, 2016: Encumbrance for Washington DC Candidate

  1. Andy

    The LNC did an encumbrance for Washington DC in their last teleconference. I wonder if they are doing another one because they realized that the amount they encumbered is not enough. I told them that DC is a hard place for gathering petition signatures, because there are so many people there from other places, and that the motels are expensive. Maybe they are having a hard time finding people to work there for the money they were offering, and now they realize that they need more money. I would not want to go there unless they come up with expense money for motels, and/or increase the pay rate.

  2. Chuck Moulton

    This encumbrance seems to be for delegate rather than for president. I believe my doppelganger Martin Moulton is running for delegate. He’s a super-nice guy who has repeatedly stepped up to run for office, but one may wonder why he helped organize “Libertarians for Trump”.

  3. Caryn Ann Harlos Post author

    Can someone take notes on this meeting? I won’t be able to be there.

  4. George Phillies

    There are two DC candidates who can be supported, and there is discussion as to which one should be supported. Speakers claim that Martin Moulton has on or off supported Trump and opposed Weld, and the other candidate is a good small businessman. They just discovered that they have already encumbered more money than the LNC appropriated for ballot access, before giving DC this money.

  5. George Phillies

    There is some question as to how well the Johnson drive is doing at the moment,and perhaps a higher dollar per sig rate is needed for the Johnson drive. There is after 45 minutes at long last a question as to whether or not a district candidate can get enough votes to change party status.

  6. George Phillies

    it is advantageous to run both candidates. If either succeeds, in 2018 the DCLP can run five candidates with 8 signatures, and gets more shots at 2020 presidential access with very few signatures. They are now proposing $16000 to run two city wide candidates.

  7. George Phillies

    Now discussing NH petitioning. Increase encumbrance from 15000 to 20000. They are sending Nick Dunbar and Andy Burns to help get it going. An independent is offering $7 a signature. Passes 6-0 chair abstaining.

  8. Andy

    That independent is Roque “Rocky” de la Fuente. New Hampshire had a stupid law that says that a New Hampshire voter can only sign for one candidate for each office, so people who sign the Rocky petition can’t sign the LIbertarian Party presidential petition, and so on an so forth.

  9. Caryn Ann Harlos Post author

    Heard from Witney Bilyeu:

    EC voted 6-0 to encumber $16,000 for petition drives for two Citywide candidates in DC.

    They also voted 6 – 0 to increase the encumbrance for New Hampshire from $15,000 to $20,000, a $5,000 increase.

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