This page lists currently scheduled events for the LPNC and county affiliate parties. For many affiliate party events, you can get more details—and you can also see lists of past events—from the website or Facebook page of the pertinent affiliate party.
Sean Haugh, Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, is coming to Cumberland County Oct. 30 and will speak at 6 p.m. in the Cliffdale Branch of the Cumberland County Library.
The Haugh campaign has generated significant national press for the Libertarian Party. Reporters from the Washington Post, NPR, and the Associated Press have traveled to Durham to meet with Sean, and those and many others, including Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN, have published stories about him.
With fewer than three weeks to go before Election Day, his polling numbers remain well above the high-water mark for any state-wide Libertarian candidate in our history…and this in a race that is competitive between the two legacy party candidates.
So, don’t miss this opportunity to meet with Sean and have your questions answered. Bring your friends and neighbors to this exciting opportunity to get elbow to elbow with the candidate!
If you want to bone up on where he stands on the issues, check out his webpage or review the debate he was in with Sen. Kay Hagan and Speaker Thom Tillis earlier this month or the debate with the three write-in candidates last Friday.
Hope to see you there!
Discussion of current political events from a Libertarian perspective. Regular weekly meeting hosted (this week) by Brian Irving, Secretary, WakeLP.
Last year the Carolina Regional Conference brought in over 200 pro-liberty students and we look forward to seeing more at the 2014 conference! This year we will be hosting more Regional Conferences than ever before with 21 North American conferences from coast to coast. These all-day Saturday events are organized by students, for students. Registration is free and includes three free meals and drinks at our evening socials.
Our fall Regional Conferences feature talks from some of the most impressive libertarian movers and shakers in the world such as David Boaz, Lawrence W. Reed, Tom G. Palmer, Jeffrey Tucker, Dr. David Friedman, Shikha Dalmia, Matt Welch, and Nick Gillespie. These events also feature interactive breakout sessions, workshops, and engaging socials so students can get to know and learn from one another.