Join fellow libertarians in attending the California State LP Convention this year. It is an all-day event scheduled for Sunday May 31 and to be held at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The LPC convention is a gathering of Libertarians from all over the state. Speakers are presented, workshops are offered, the state Bylaws and Platform are reviewed and updated, and state officer elections are held. This year is especially important as we will be voting for State Chair.
This year the LPC is joining forces with three other LP organizations for this event—the LPEX, the LSLA and the Nevada State Libertarian Party. All will hold activities throughout the weekend, some beginning as early as Thursday May 28.
The LPEX, or Libertarian Political Expo is an organization that formed to specifically address the difficulties of getting Libertarians elected to office. They will sponsor speakers, workshops, and an exhibition hall. There is a fee to attend; however, you can access discounted rates by using the promo code “lpnational.” Contact us if you need help with that.
The LSLA, or Libertarian State Leadership Alliance, is sponsored by the national Libertarian Party. Its goal is to support and offer training to current State Chairs throughout the country. The LSLA holds a training seminar each year, usually coupled with a state convention. Their meeting will be on Saturday afternoon.
Finally, the states of California and Nevada will hold their respective conventions on Sunday. The California floor fee is $50 in advance; go to ca.lp.org to learn more and resgister. Make hotel reservations via LPEX.org.
With four meeting agendas going on, there is sure to be no down-time at this uber-convention. Add to that the playful distractions of a casino environment and you will be sure to have a good time. You do not have to be a member to attend but, if you have been an LP member for three months, you are eligible to come as a delegate with voting rights status. See you there!