For those members who are interested in helping the Party on a national level, you may be interested in applying for one of these committee positions working with the LP. The deadline is August 31, 2018.
2 non-LNC members selected by the LNC
The Audit Committee’s tasks are to select an independent audit company and to direct the scale and scope of standard annual audits of the Party’s accounting records and processes. Following receipt of the audit company’s report, the Committee shall help the LNC interpret the audit results and assist the latter in preparing any action plans that might be needed to alleviate deficiencies.
Meet up at the new Agave Maria Restaurant and Cantina in Camarillo at 710 Arneil Road for a hot August night Liberty Social with new and old Libertarian friends. The date is Thursday August 23 and the time is from 5:30pm to 8:00pm. We have reserved the patio where a light buffet will be set up for the cost of $15.00. RSVP by clicking on the events calendar tab above.
Ottavio's Italian Restaurant was the setting for our Quarterly Business Meeting last month. Nearly 20 were in attendance to hear midyear officer reports and plan upcoming events. But the main focus was our guest speaker, member Aaron Starr, who spoke of his attempts to move his local (Oxnard) City Council toward financial accountability. Aaron's efforts for the past few years have been so successful and so impressive that the LPVC Executive Committee voted to present him with a Certificate of Appreciation for putting Libertarian principles into action.
SAVE THE DATE: 6:30 PM, Thursday July 26. Members and Friends, let's all meet at Ottavio's Italian Restaurant, 1620 Ventura Blvd in Camarillo for our Quarterly Member Meeting and Summer Social. Aaron Starr, Oxnard's mover and shaker, will be our dinner speaker.Read more
Don't touch that dial! You ARE in the right place. This is the Libertarian Party of Ventura County's new website. We switched hosts and gave our website a new look. Things will be in transition for a while as we learn the new system and fine-tune the site to best suit our needs. Thank you for your patience.Read more
California’s Statewide Primary is here. Take the time and make the effort to vote. Here are LPVC recommendations based on our Platform.Read more
Wow! Had a great time at the Wine Social this evening. Where were you? Maybe you came last year and thought “been there, done that,” but for me, anytime I can enjoy a glass of wine with friends in the Libertarian Party, I know it will be good. We talked history and issues and current campaigns. We were lucky to have the state’s two main Libertarian candidates there: Nicholas Wildstar for Governor and Tim Ferreira for Lieutenant Governor. As I said, where were you? Nelson Lopez, our Vice Chair was kind enough to offer the Camarillo Custom Crush venue for our very own meeting place and, as usual, it was both comfortable and pleasant. Periodically getting together with fellow Libertarians helps us stay on track with our plans for the Party. In this atmosphere we can brainstorm on the best thing to do next. Donations also help feather the coffers. With all that to gain, won’t you please join us next time?
Save the date! You will not want to miss our Spring meeting on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at Topper’s Pizza, 495 Arneill Road in Camarillo. This will be a quarterly business meeting for members, but also an invitation to the general public to come hear a special speaker.Read more
“Spanning three days and covering dozens of exciting topics, our speakers will keep you engaged, educated, and inspired.” So reads the state website regarding this year’s convention at the Marriott Hotel in Long Beach. And with a line-up including former LP VP candidates Judge Jim Gray and Governor William Weld, Matt Welch of Reason magazine, and National LP Chair Nicholas Sarwark, you will be glad you came. Of course, there will also be (free) regular business sessions to review our By-Laws and Platform, but even they can be entertaining. Plan to attend even if you can only make it for one day. Friday night will be a reception. Saturday and Sunday will have a full day agenda. Saturday night will be a special dinner with speaker.Read more