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.
Discussion of current political events from a Libertarian perspective. Regular weekly meeting hosted (this week) by Brad Hessel, Treasurer, WakeLP. Brad will also report on the WakeLP business meeting held earlier in the day and discuss our plans for 2015.
The Libertarian Party of North Carolina Executive Committee meeting is open to all libertarians and interested parties. If you plan to attend, please, RSVP so we know how many people will be there. The meeting room is modestly-sized.
Sheriff Greg Christopher will be our guest and will be answering questions about the Emergency Management Ordinance.
These are exciting times for the Libertarian Party of North Carolina. Public sentiment continues to turn against the old political parties and North Carolina voters are looking for another option.
The LPNC is growing 16 percent a year, faster than the Republicans or Democrats (which are virtually flat), faster than the overall population (growing 2 percent annually since 2010), and faster than unaffiliated voters (6 percent per year).
We have big plans, but we need help – your help!
Would you like to learn how you can help to spread liberty, and have a positive impact on local government in Lee County—and neighboring counties including Chatham, Harnett, and Moore?
Then come and have lunch with us in Sanford on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015.
Experienced LPNC organizers will explain how to set up and run a county or regional affiliate. We'll provide snacks for all attendees. So come hungry…for Liberty!
At the Liberty Lunch & Learn, you'll find out how to:
- Leverage local planning committees to discover who the local players are and advance libertarian policies
- Earn publicity and press coverage
- Schedule, promote, and conduct exciting and effective meetings
- Recruit, nurture, and support passionate volunteers
- Recruit, nurture, and support winning candidates
- Deal with the Board of Elections
- Get support from the state party
- Start a local affiliate party
And more! Register today.
The Libertarian Party of Mecklenburg County meet up on Wednesday January 28th at 7 pm will be at the Dilworth Bar and Grille at the corner of Morehead and McDowell. Special guest Joseph John Summerell, chair of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina, will discuss the LPNC’s new strategic plan and the 2015 municipal and local elections.
Join us at the Annual State Convention of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina in the Triangle this weekend.