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Wildlife Corridors Speaker at Quarterly Business Meeting July 20

If you are affected by the county’s vast Wildlife Corridor project you will want to attend the quarterly business meeting on Thursday July 20 at 6:30 PM at Marie Callender’s in Camarillo, 185 E. Daily Drive. Lynn Jensen of VC CoLAB (Ventura County Coalition of Labor, Agriculture and Business) will speak from a property owner’s […]

Wine Tasting Fundraiser Thursday August 10

Join us at Camarillo Custom Crush, an urban winery, for a fun fundraiser on Thursday August 10. The event will include a wine-tasting with light appetizers and dessert for $15/LPVC members and $20/non-members. Meet at 300 So. Lewis Road in Camarillo (south of 101) between 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM.  All attendees will receive a […]

Help Needed: Gather Signatures for Oxnard Recall

Here’s a volunteer opportunity for all Libertarians, especially those who live in Oxnard. The signature drive to recall from office Oxnard Mayor Flynn and Councilmembers Ramirez, Perello and Madrigal has been formally launched and petition gatherers are needed. This activity is on-going. Please see contact information below to offer your time to this project. The LPVC supports […]

Liberty and Libations Outdoor Play & Picnic with George Orwell’s Animal Farm

Meet for July’s Liberty and Libations social under the oaks in Topanga Canyon on Saturday July 8. We will bring our own picnics and meet at 1:45 PM to converse with socially tolerant and fiscally responsible-minded friends just before the 3:30 performance, an adaptation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm.  Contact the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum’s […]

Lest We Forget: City Officials are Our Employees

The Ventura County Star opines that recalls are only justified in cases like the city of Bell. Just like their opposition to Measure M, The Star’s opinion is once again out-of-step with the sensibilities of voters and seemingly oblivious to Oxnard’s history. Back in 1984 Oxnard voters recalled Mayor Tsujio Kato for his support of […]

Have You Considered Running for Office?

There are many local races going on in your area in the next year or two years. All too often local races are not contested or are non-partisan and that gives us special opportunities for advancing the Libertarian Party. If you are contemplating a 2018 run, now is the time to lay the foundation. Some states even […]