Libertarian Party members recently received the survey from the Bylaws Committee Chair for the proposals that have passed out of the Bylaws Committee. Minority reports have been prepared which might be helpful to review prior to completing the survey.
The index of the Minority Reports with links to the reports can be found here:
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Meeting Name: Bylaws Committee
When: 12/17/2017 6:00 PM Pacific / 9:00 PM Eastern
Purpose: To consider proposals relating to the size of the LNC postponed from the previous meeting, and to consider business relevant to the committee’s recommendation regarding the Presidential campaign agreement.
Requested by: Katz, by direction of the committee
As electronic meetings are in the nature of special meetings, no commitments may be made on items other than those listed in the call to meeting.… Read more ...
This will be the post for IPR readers to live-blog the LNC Meeting taking place this weekend in New Orleans on December 9-10, 2017.
DETAILS AND REPORTS CAN BE FOUND HERE.
Reports are still being added and that page will be updated.
Live Broadcast: The LNC will attempt to stream the meeting live on the Internet.… Read more ...
Last September there was a bit of a brouhaha over the contract with the Johnson campaign after it was revealed that the original provisions called for it to be essentially eternally secret. This result in this IPR author (Caryn Ann Harlos, Region 1 Representative) to move to rescind the authority of Chair Sarwark to enter in to this contact.… Read more ...
In 2016, just barely over six months since its formal organization the Libertarian Party Radical Caucus (LPRC) disbursed $2208.71 to radical candidates and endorsed many more. Continuing in this commitment, the LPRC has distributed $1,500 to radical candidates in partisan races for the 2017 elections, split amongst three candidates, for a donation of $500.00 each.… Read more ...
From the Libertarian Party Radical Caucus:
2017 Election Cycle candidates Libertarian Party Radical Caucus Application for Endorsement
Would you like to be endorsed for a 2017 election by the Libertarian Party Radical Caucus? Submit this form by Midnight CST on September 18, 2017.
Though the link says 2017, both 2017 and 2018 candidates can use though evaluations for 2018 candidates will take place later.… Read more ...
There will be an Executive Committee teleconference on Tuesday, August 8.
PLEASE NOTE: THE PHONE NUMBER BELOW HAS CHANGED. The provider changed equipment and changed our phone number. Update the address book entries on your phone.
The meeting is being called to discuss whether to sign on as an amicus in Husted v.… Read more ...
Odessa, Texas – The Unity Party of Colorado (www.unitypartycolorado.com) on Saturday held its first official meeting since achieving full recognition by the State of Colorado, and tripled its candidate count while writing into its new state party constitution that Unity Party primaries will always be open to Unaffiliated voters, an option allowed by new state law.… Read more ...
This vote was just held by the Libertarian National Committee:
Motion: for the LNC to contribute $5,000 to support the Congressional campaign of Joe Buchman (Utah)
Co-Sponsors: Harlos, Bilyeu, Demarest, Starchild
And the results:
Voting “aye”: Adams, Demarest, Hagan, Harlos, Hayes, Hewitt, Sarwark, Starchild, Vohra
Voting “nay”: Bittner, Goldstein, Katz, Lark, Marsh, Mattson, McKnight, Redpath
With a final vote tally of 9-8, the motion PASSES.… Read more ...
I think most people here would agree that if you are selling something, whether it is a house, car or computer, you need to explain in some detail the benefits of your product, or solution.
With that in mind here is one of the best pieces from a Libertarian on health care that I have seen in some time.… Read more ...
The Libertarian National Committee (LNC) is seeking applicants to serve on the Credentials Committee for the June 30–July 3, 2018, national convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. The LNC expects to make the appointments during its Aug. 19–20, 2017, meeting so as to give the committee plenty of time to do its work.… Read more ...