The Libertarian Party of Colorado (LPCO) invited Muslim liberty activist and former Libertarian Party Vice Presidential candidate Will Coley to accompany Party members to visit local mosques over this holiday weekend in order to talk to the Colorado Muslim community about libertarianism and freedom for people of all faiths. During this same time, the LPCO will be hosting a booth at the Western Conservative Summit in order to teach voters that there is an alternative to the two wildly unpopular candidates offered by the old parties. LPCO Chair Jay North issued the following statement:
The Libertarian Party supports the freedom of expression, whether that expression is religious, political, or cultural, the person expressing their views has that right without any threat from the State. The Western Conservative Summit is a group of conservatives expressing their views. Muslims are currently participating in Ramadan, which is another form of expression. The alignment of the Western Conservative Summit and the end of Ramadan is unique this year and the Libertarian Party of Colorado will be supporting the free expression of both groups during the same weekend.
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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Caryn Ann Harlos at 561.523.2250 or email at CommunicationsDirector@LPColorado.org
The Libertarian Party of Colorado is accepting applications for the open Board positions of Regions Director and Fundraising Director. This is an exciting time to help Liberty and few things are more rewarding. Now is the time to activate your activism and get involved. The duties of these positions are spelled out in the LPCO Bylaws as follows:
The Fundraising Director shall be responsible for establishing and operating fundraising activities including, but not limited to, a monthly pledge program, and for reporting all income and expenses related to fundraising at the regular Board meeting.
The Regions Director shall be responsible for representing the regions and for coordinating campaigns, media, outreach, and other party functions in those regions. (Please see Bylaws for breakdowns of regions comprising the counties in Colorado). Applicants must be Colorado residents and registered Libertarians.
Please send your inquires to Jay North, Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming eventsThursday, July 07, 2016 at 06:00 PM · 2 rsvpsRio Grande Mexican Restaurant in Lone Tree, CO
Join the Douglas County Libertarian Party Development Group for its July monthly meeting. THE TOPIC THIS MONTH IS: The "Wasted Vote" Syndrome. Do you throw away your vote or allow someone you don't like to win if you vote Libertarian?
You don't have to be from Douglas County, or even be Libertarian to join us... (it helps, and we do chat about libertarian topics most of the time) ...but we do request that if you have fun, you let a friend know, or bring a friend to the next one! Topics will include items of general libertarian interest and organization for local activism to make a difference in our political landscape.
We're looking forward to seeing you there!
For additional information on this Meet-Up or the Development Group please email email@example.comFriday, August 05, 2016 at 11:30 AM · 4 rsvpsDouglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock, CO
VOLUNTEERS needed with the Libertarian Party of Douglas County Development Group Outreach Event at the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo to take place August 5 through August 7, 2016 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds (500 Fairgrounds Road, Castle Rock).
Outreach events are great fun where you get to talk to Libertarians, libertarians, and people who might be libertarians and not even know it! Administer the World’s Smallest Political Quiz and help people discovery where they land on the political landscape.
It is even more critical that we get out and spread our message during election years. PLEASE SIGN UP TODAY HERE:
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