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Libertarian Party of Nevada and Outright Nevada Celebrate the Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage Equality

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The Supreme Court struck down marriage bans today as unconstitutional, an issue the Libertarian Party has been fighting for since its inception in 1971.

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, June 26, 2015The Libertarian Party of Nevada(LPNevada), the fastest growing political party in Nevada and the only party which supports individual freedom, and personal responsibility along with Outright Nevada, the LGBT Caucus of the Libertarian Party of Nevada, commends the Supreme Court of the United States in their decision to strike down unconstitutional and pointless bans against gay marriage nationwide.… Read more ...

Nevada Libertarians announce convention results

Press Release via LPNevada email:

Libertarian Party of Nevada held its annual convention last weekend and received a significant increase of phone calls, emails and social media messages inquiring about joining the Party.

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, June 5, 2015The Libertarian Party of Nevada(LPNevada), the fastest growing political party in Nevada (and the only party which supports individual freedom, personal responsibility, free markets, lower taxes, and smaller government), announced its 2015 State Convention results.… Read more ...

Washington Times Writes About LPEX, Which is Currently Going on in Las Vegas

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Posted to the The Washington Times

‘This is a coming out party’: Libertarians prepare for political war

By Jennifer Harper
May 28, 2015

Now underway at a splashy hotel in the glittering city of Las Vegas: The Libertarian Political Expo — LPEX — a fierce four-day event meant to ramp up the libertarian skill set in a complicated political marketplace.… Read more ...

Update on LPEX; Analysis of Political Affiliation of the Speakers

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There has been an updated version of the Libertarian Expo (LPEX) website posted.
LPEX is an event planned for May 28 to 31, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The site lists the following as a reason for the event:

LPEX was established to help grow the Liberty Movement by connecting people, organizations, technology and ideas.

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The Daily Beast: Why Real Libertarians Hate Rand Paul

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Posted to The Daily Beast
March 20, 2015
By Olivia Nuzzi

On a Saturday afternoon in mid-January, Brett H. Pojunis, the chairman of the Nevada Libertarian Party, stood outside his office on Flamingo Road in Las Vegas, ashing a cigarette and dissing Rand Paul. “We’re the Libertarian Party,” he told me, dramatically stretching out the word in his New York accent.… Read more ...

Brett Pojunis to Libertarian State Chairs: Update on LPEX

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March 19, 2015

State Chairs,
I hope everyone is doing well. I wanted to give a quick update to all the state chairs and I would very much appreciate it if you could forward this email to your executive committee members as well as county/parish/Congressional Districts leadership as well.
Please check out the LPEX website at www.LPEX.org
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Libertarian Party of Nevada Will Host First Ever Libertarian Expo May 28 to 31

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Introducing LPEX The Libertarian Political Expo

24 February 2015
By Brett H. Pojunis

Original article on LPEX.org

There is a desperate need for a political movement to arise which represents the people of this country. Over the past 200 years there have been many experiments with political philosophies advocating for various forms of government intervention in the economy, and in our personal lives.… Read more ...

California LP Makes Announcement Regarding Upcoming Convention

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Libertarian Parties Announce Joint Convention

6 Fed 2015
By Jonathan Jaech

Earlier this week, the California and Nevada Libertarian parties announced the finalization of plans for holding their 2015 annual conventions jointly. The announced venue for the joint conventions is the Tropicana Las Vegas. The convention of delegates for each party will be on Sunday May 31st, with the preceding days beginning on May 28th set aside for LPEX, billed as the “first Libertarian Political Expo” and meetings of LSLA, the Libertarian State Leaders Alliance.… Read more ...

Jim Duensing, Libertarian Activist Shot by Police in Nevada, Sentenced to Probation

Posted to Review Journal
January 15, 2015

A former attorney who ran an unsuccessful bid for Clark County District Attorney was sentenced Thursday to five years probation on three felony charges stemming from a roadside confrontation with Las Vegas police.

Raymond James “Jim” Duensing, 38, was convicted in November on charges of resisting a police officer , carrying a concealed weapon, and unlawful possession of a firearm in connection with an Oct.… Read more ...

Las Vegas Review-Journal Rates Libertarian Party of Nevada’s Website As Best Political Website in State


Posted to Review Journal
March 2, 2014

Online Nevada political party websites: What they offer, what they don’t

By Ed Vogel, Steve Tetreault, and Ben Botkin

With local, state and federal candidates in Nevada filing for election beginning today, there is no better time to see how the political parties are doing in furnishing information online to potential voters.

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Brett Pojunis: Letter From the Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Nevada

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Posted to the Libertarian Party of Nevada’s website
January 24, 2014

Letter from the Chair – Building The Libertarian Party of Nevada: Two-Year Game Plan

Dear Libertarians and Friends of Liberty,

I am honored to write you as the new Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Nevada! The leadership of the Libertarian Party of Nevada (LPNevada) have watched the momentum swing in our favor for some time now, and we have been developing a sustainable model to capitalize on this historical shift in modern politics.… Read more ...

David Colborne: In Remembrance of James “Libertarian” Burns

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James Libertarian Burns was active with the Libertarian Party of Nevada from as early as 1973. The LP was so small then that the Libertarian Party wasn’t allowed on the Nevada ballot. So, Mr. Burns legally changed his middle name to “Libertarian” and ran as a Republican–hence, the word “Libertarian” appeared on the ballot.Read more ...