Renew Your Passion for Liberty at Lake Lure

Renew your passion for freedom with libertarian friends from across North Carolina at the Libertarian Party of North Carolina’s 2017 Convention Aug. 11-13 at The Lake Lure Inn and Spa.

Bask in the company of fellow libertarians from across North Carolina and prepare yourself to share the vision of a society built on voluntary relationships with all of our fellow citizens, and to bring that dream to fruition.

Be inspired as John Sophocleus shares the story of his court battles to defend our property rights against abuses of the power of eminent domain by the Alabama Department of Transportation.

Learn how to run effective political campaigns from Dena Espenscheid from the Leadership Institute.

Listen as Larry Sharpe shares his insight into how Libertarians can grow our local and state chapters by helping our fellow citizens understand the advantages afforded to them by a society anchored in free exchange and voluntary relationships.

Participate in revising our by-laws and electing the officers to lead the party forward in the year ahead.

Arrive on Friday night for a stay at The Lake Lure Inn, a classic 90-year-old, freshly renovated hotel with panoramic views of the lake and the mountains of Western North Carolina. On Saturday, feast on a luncheon of fried chicken and pulled pork at and a beautiful Italian buffet for dinner.


Executive Committee Elections

The convention will elect the entire LPNC Executive Committee. All officers, chair, vice chair, secretary, and treasurer, as well as nine at-large positions, are up for election. The term is two years.

The executive committee is responsible for the control and management of all of the affairs, properties, and funds of the party between conventions. The EC meets about every 5-6 weeks. We alternate having online (Google Hangouts) and in-person meetings. We also conduct business in a Yahoo Group.

If you think you have the time and energy to devote to leading the LPNC in the coming years and are interested in serving, please contact State Chair Brian Irving or one of the exec comm members.

 If you have questions, or what to help with convention organizing, contact James Hines, Convention Committee chair.

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