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The Libertarian Party of Ventura County is a liberty-loving political party and membership organization in Ventura County, California. 

We are a local affiliate of the Libertarian Party, which is the largest and most successful alternative political party in the nation.  The two legacy parties, unfortunately, do not support freedom as much as we Libertarians do.  Our love of freedom is why the Libertarian Party exists.

The Libertarian Party (LP) is the only political party that respects you as a unique and responsible individual.  We are “The Party of Principle” because we stand firmly on our principles.

Libertarians strongly oppose government interference in your personal, family, and business decisions. Essentially, we believe you should be free to live your life and pursue your interests as you see fit, as long as you do not harm anyone else.

If you love liberty, we encourage you to take any or all of the following actions:

• Become a member of our organization (JOIN NOW!) - or - 

• Subscribe to our free Newsletter! (SUBSCRIBE HERE!)

• Attend one of our Quarterly Meetings (MEETING INFO HERE!) - or - 

• Register to vote as a Libertarian (REGISTER HERE!) - or -

• Consider Volunteering to help a local Libertarian political campaign, or running for office yourself! (MORE INFO HERE)

Thank you for your interest in liberty and in making this country better and more free.


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    Please Come to Our Next Meeting, Tues. June 9, 6:30pm

    The Quarterly meeting of the Libertarian Party of Ventura County is scheduled for

    Thursday, June 9, 2022.  Optional social Meet and Greet begins at 6:30pm; General Membership Meeting begins at 7:00pm.

    Location: Starbucks, Janss Mall, 401 N Moorpark Rd suite 3706, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.

    Open to the Public


    If you wish to submit any additional items to the agenda, please do so at least 48 prior to the meeting to chair at: [email protected]

    Tentative Proposed Agenda Items (including who submitted the item):

    - Meet and Greet All New Attendees and Guests - Socialize and Get to Know One Another - 30 minutes

    - Discuss Recent Ballot Recommendations - Jeff Schwartz and Susan Aquino - 5 minutes

    - Report on national convention - Susan Aquino - 5 minutes

    -Report on election results -  - Susan Aquino - 5 minutes
    -Acknowledge Mark Suarez for becoming life member -  - Susan Aquino  - 2 minutes
    -Notes from affiliate training -  - Susan Aquino - 5 minutes
    -Status of Ventura County rent control -  - Susan Aquino - 5 minutes
    -Current bills in state legislature (add page to website?) -  - Susan Aquino - 5 minutes
    -Modifications to our website and a proposed new YouTube channel - Jeff Schwartz - 5 minutes
    -Political Party Statements in the Printed Ventura County Election Guide - Jeff Schwartz - 5 minutes
    -Committee Chair Reports (if any) - (Submit in advance please)
    - End of Reports
    - New business - Please submit to chair in advance of meeting.  New business items limited to 5 minutes unless time extended by majority vote.
    - Informal Discussion Session (Optional) - Up to 35 minutes - Moderated by Chair

    You can submit your own proposals for additional agenda items to Jeff Schwartz by email

    at [email protected]

    The General Membership Meeting begins at 6:30pm beginning with optional meet and greet.
    in addition, it is possible that there may be a meeting of the Executive Committee at the same location, prior to the 
    General Membership Meeting, starting at 5:30pm and ending by 6:30pm at the latest.
    Alternatively, the Executive Committee Meeting may meet prior to that date, electronically.
    The Executive Committee will be addressing these proposed agenda items:
    - Discuss Appointment of Vacant Officers Positions - Jeff Schwartz and Susan Aquino 
    -Shall we upgrade NationBuilder to include texting?  - Susan Aquino
    -Purchase additional pins for new and renewed members? -  - Susan Aquino
    -Join Public Square? -  - Susan Aquino
    The Executive Committee Meeting, if held by Zoom or in person, will be open to the public for anyone who wants to observe the proceedings.
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