LPNC & Affiliate Events

These events provide liberty-minded individuals across the great state of North Carolina with a special opportunity to network, hear from distinguished speakers, develop their skills to promote and spread liberty and assist in providing the motivation to make their local regions a freer place. Our goal is to educate, develop, and empower the current and future generation of leaders to expand the libertarian dream. 

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  • Friday, March 10, 2023 at 04:30 PM through March 12, 2023

    2023 LPNC Convention

     

    Clemmons, NC

    (Friday - Sunday, March 10th - 12th, 2023)

    Schedule Coming Soon

    Book Lodging (Group Code: 031023LIB)   -   Agenda (Coming Soon) 

    Bylaws Committee Report   -   Bylaws   -   Convention Rules   -    Platform

    Live Auction Item Donation

    Click here to register now

    Join us in Clemmons the weekend of March 10-12 for the 2023 LPNC Convention to Celebrate Local! Everyone wants to live their own life their own way, for their own needs, and according to their own values. Join us with the Libertarian Party of North Carolina, the only political party that leaves your life choices where they belong, with you!

    We'll be meeting at the Village Inn Hotel and Event Center for a weekend of business, enlightening speakers, and fun! Tickets include all convention activities, plus a catered Gala on Saturday. We will also have a Friday evening reception from 7pm-11pm.

    Bylaws and Rules Committee Report

    The Bylaws and Rules Committee has completed its final report, available hereThe committee will hold a final open forum to hear comments and answer questions about our recommendations report on Friday, February 24, at 7 p.m. on Zoom. Consider taking this poll as well.

    Debate on this report will be one of the two major business items of the Convention. The other is the election of a new Executive Committee.

    While we don’t expect the Convention to have time to consider all recommendations, let alone adopt them, the committee believes all these recommendations will be good for the party. We urge all LPNC members, particularly those attending the Convention, to read the report and come prepared to offer meaningful suggestions on how to improve them.

    Read more Go here for more on the process of debating and voting on this report.

    Ticketing

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    All those who are in attendance must have a ticket, and will be given a ribbon at registration. Only party members can be made delegates or alternates, and only delegates and alternates can vote. Membership criteria for the Libertarian Party of North Carolina can be found here.

    Event Tickets:

    Discount for all tickets ends on March 6th, 2023 at 11:59pm.

    Event ticket, with Gala—$90.00

    Register for the 2023 LPNC in advance and save $50 per ticket!


    Event ticket, without Gala—$50.00 ($100 after March 7th)

    Register for the 2023 LPNC in advance and save $50 per ticket!


    Day of Convention Door Price—$100.00 (March 10th - 12th, 2023)

    Full price at the door, the day of the event, $100.00. This does not include a Gala ticket.


    Business Only —$25.00 ($75 after March 7th) (March 11th, 2023. 9:30am-5:00pm)

    This session will be available March 11, 2023 9:30 am - 5:00 pm. This is an affordable option for those driving in for the day to participate in only the voting portion of the convention.

     

    Virtual Attendance (delegates only) —$25 ($75 after March 7th)

    Can’t attend the convention in person but want to participate in the shenanigans remotely? We will provide a Zoom call for remote delegates. This session will be available March 11, 2023 9:30 am - 5:00 pm.

     

    Event Add-Ons:

    Saturday Gala Only (extra ticket) $50

    Need an additional ticket(s) for a guest to attend the Saturday Gala with you? Here's your option! A ticket is required to hear the Gala speaker. The auction will be open to any attendee.

    Gala tickets need to be purchased by March 6th at 11:59pm. There is a deadline for total meals that we must submit to the venue on the 7th.

     

    Reserved Group Table —$100 (10 seats, limited availability*)

    *See details on how to reserve below!

     

    Business Table - $100 (limited availability*)

    *See details on how to reserve below!

     

    Speakers

    We have some great speakers in the works! Check back soon for updates!

     

    Larry Sharpe

    Larry Sharpe

    Larry Sharpe is a Husband, Father, Marine, Entrepreneur, Teacher, and Political Activist. His mission is to help people find happiness through community and purpose, often by overcoming bad policy decisions in government.

     

    Dale Folwell

    Dale Folwell

    Dale R. Folwell, CPA was elected for his first term as State Treasurer of North Carolina in 2016. He was reelected in 2020 and is currently serving his second term. As the keeper of the public purse, Treasurer Folwell is responsible for the more than $111 billion state pension fund that provides retirement benefits for more than 950,000 teachers, law enforcement officers and other public workers. Under Folwell's leadership the pension plan was rated among the top five highest-funded in the country and won accolades for proactive management, efficiency and funding discipline. In 2021, the state's coveted AAA bond rating was reaffirmed by every major rating agency, making North Carolina one of only 13 states in the country to hold that distinction. Treasurer Folwell also oversees the State Health Plan, which provides medical and pharmaceutical benefits to more than 750,000 current and retired public employees and is the largest purchaser of health care in North Carolina.

    Folwell was first elected to public office as a member of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education. He brought his problem-solving skills to the North Carolina General Assembly in 2004, where he served four terms in the House of Representatives including one term as Speaker Pro Tempore. In 2013, Folwell was named Assistant Secretary of Commerce and led a successful effort to pay off $2.7 billion in federal unemployment debt and build a $1 billion surplus in just 30 months. Treasurer Folwell began his career as a blue collar worker and became a Certified Public Accountant and investment advisor after attending Winston-Salem State University and earning Bachelor's and Master's degrees in accounting from UNC-Greensboro. Married for over 30 years, he and his wife Synthia have three children and live in Winston-Salem.

     

    Mike ter Maat

    Mike ter Matt

    Mike campaigned in 2021-22 as the Libertarian Party candidate in the January special Congressional election in Florida’s District 20. He served as a police officer in Broward County from 2010 through 2021. Mike’s prior career in finance and economics included work with banks, the White House Office of Management and Budget, international development agencies, federal agencies, and trade associations. In 2002, he started a professional education business for bank executives which he ran until 2009, including conferences, webcasting, and strategic consulting.

    Mike has traveled in thirty-five countries, taught economics at three universities and substituted at dozens of Broward public schools. He has one wife, two kids and two stepdaughters, two dogs and one truck, a BS in Aeronautical Engineering and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and MS and PhD degrees in Economics from The George Washington University.

    Chase Oliver

    Chase Oliver is a 37-year-old Libertarian activist living in Atlanta. Dubbed “…the most influential Libertarian in America…” by Rolling Stone, Oliver is a champion of the rights of the individual against the growing power of the state. He began his political activism opposing the War in Iraq under Geroge Bush, aligning with the Libertarian Party after an encounter at the Atlanta Pride Festival in 2010.

    In 2020 he ran for Congress in Georgia’s 5th district to complete the term of the late civil rights icon John Lewis. In 2022, he ran for US Senate, debating incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker’s empty podium. Oliver was widely credited with causing the runoff election between Warnock and Walker. He advocates the adoption of Ranked Choice Voting to avoid future runoffs.

    Chase Oliver has appeared on PBS, CNN, Fox Business, CSPAN, WSB TV and Radio, Fox 5, 11 Alive News, Vice Media, Reason TV. He has been featured in the NY Times, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Guardian, and Rolling Stone.

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    Sunday Sessions (more details coming soon!)

    We have some great Sunday morning sessions in the works!

    1: Candidate Training

    2: How to communicate as a Libertarian

    3: Affiliate startup training.

     

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    Interested in sponsoring the Friday Evening Reception?

    Are you, your affiliate, business, or organization interested in sponsoring the Friday evening reception before convention start on Saturday morning? To request more details, please fill out this form!

     

    Interested in setting up a business table at the 2023 LPNC Convention? (Limited availability!)

    If you are interested in reserving a business table for yourself, business, group, organization, or affiliate, please fill out this form!

     

    Interested in reserving a private table for the 2023 LPNC Convention Gala? (Limited availability!)

    If you'd like to reserve a table (10 chairs) for the 2023 LPNC Convention Gala on Saturday to make sure your large group stays together, we've got the option for you! Fill out this form to request a reserved table for the Gala!

     

    Interested in donating items for the Live Auction?

    Be ready to bid on some rare items! Have any items you'd like to donate to help LPNC raise funds during our Live Auction event? Be sure to fill out out this this form!

     

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    Venue & Hotel Information - 

    *BE SURE TO USE GROUP CODE 031023LIB for a discounted rate! Available of Friday March 10th - 12th, 2023. 

    Venue (with lodging) - Friday March 10th - 12th, 2023

    Village Inn Hotel and Event Center6205 Ramada Dr, Clemmons, North Carolina 27012

    Be sure to use GROUP CODE 031023LIB for a discounted rate! There are limited rooms, so be sure to book ASAP! 

    (King/Queen starting at $109.00+Theft)

     

    Additional Local Hotels:

    (Group rate does not apply at these hotels)

    Walking Distance: 

    Super 8 Clemmons/Winston-Salem Area I-40 - 6204 Ramada Dr, Clemmons, NC 27012

    Less than 1 mile from venue:

    Quality Inn Clemmons I-40 - 6320 Amp Dr, Clemmons, NC 27012

    Holiday Inn Express & Suites Winston-Salem SW - 6330 Jessie Ln, Clemmons, NC 27012

     


     

     

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