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    It's Convention Time! Get your Tickets and Sponsorships Now

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    The 2017 Libertarian Party of Colorado State Convention is right around the corner on March 24-26, 2017 at the Westin Hotel in Westminster Colorado, the home city of Party co-founder the late David Nolan and the birthplace of the Libertarian Party (it shares that honor with Colorado Springs).  Our line-up of speakers include Laura Ebke, Austin Petersen, Arvin Vohra, Steve Kerbel, Apollo Pazzel, Nathan Grabau, David K. Williams, Ron Gowins, Joe Johnson, Sarah Stewart, Corey Falconier, and Caryn Ann Harlos and MORE including a panel discussion on alternative voting methods such as Approval Voting and Ranked Choice Voting.    You can buy your tickets HERE.

    There will be a panel discussion on various methods and philosophies towards achieving Libertarian solutions at our fabulous Saturday banquet gala and on Friday night we have Ryan Chrs and the Rough Cuts booked to give us an awesome night of entertainment.  The party will also include casino-style games and dancing (WOOT! WOOT!).  This will be a Convention to remember as we push our country forward into a Libertarian future with our theme of "Liberty City."

    Party business, including officer elections, and governing documents amendments (Platform, Constitution, and Bylaws) will take place on Saturday and Sunday mornings.  There are no fees or tickets required to attend the Party Business Sessions.  Any member of the public may attend, but only persons registered with the State of Colorado as Libertarians for at least ninety days immediately prior to the day the first such meeting convenes are eligible to vote as per our Party Constitution.  A more detailed schedule will be announced soon.

    We also have sponsorship packages, including booths and brochure advertising, are phenomenal, and there is no better way to promote your business or cause AND help the Libertarian Party of Colorado.  For example, our Mises package includes:

    •   Two All Access Passes

    •   Half Page Ad

    •   Sponsor Booth

    •   Link/Logo on Convention Website and Recognition in All Media

    •   Coupon (if applicable) 

    for just $400 

    THANK YOU TO ALL THE FREE FOLK THAT HELP MAKE THIS HAPPEN!

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    It's Convention Time! Get your Tickets and Sponsorships Now

    16177743_10208307836681047_1894890994800369209_o.jpg

    The 2017 Libertarian Party of Colorado State Convention is right around the corner on March 24-26, 2017 at the Westin Hotel in Westminster Colorado, the home city of Party co-founder the late David Nolan and the birthplace of the Libertarian Party (it shares that honor with Colorado Springs).  Our line-up of speakers include Laura Ebke, Austin Petersen, Arvin Vohra, Steve Kerbel, Apollo Pazzel, Nathan Grabau, David K. Williams, Ron Gowins, Joe Johnson, Sarah Stewart, Corey Falconier, and Caryn Ann Harlos and MORE including a panel discussion on alternative voting methods such as Approval Voting and Ranked Choice Voting.    You can buy your tickets HERE.

    There will be a panel discussion on various methods and philosophies towards achieving Libertarian solutions at our fabulous Saturday banquet gala and on Friday night we have Ryan Chrs and the Rough Cuts booked to give us an awesome night of entertainment.  The party will also include casino-style games and dancing (WOOT! WOOT!).  This will be a Convention to remember as we push our country forward into a Libertarian future with our theme of "Liberty City."

    Party business, including officer elections, and governing documents amendments (Platform, Constitution, and Bylaws) will take place on Saturday and Sunday mornings.  There are no fees or tickets required to attend the Party Business Sessions.  Any member of the public may attend, but only persons registered with the State of Colorado as Libertarians for at least ninety days immediately prior to the day the first such meeting convenes are eligible to vote as per our Party Constitution.  A more detailed schedule will be announced soon.

    We also have sponsorship packages, including booths and brochure advertising, are phenomenal, and there is no better way to promote your business or cause AND help the Libertarian Party of Colorado.  For example, our Mises package includes:

    •   Two All Access Passes

    •   Half Page Ad

    •   Sponsor Booth

    •   Link/Logo on Convention Website and Recognition in All Media

    •   Coupon (if applicable) 

    for just $400 

    THANK YOU TO ALL THE FREE FOLK THAT HELP MAKE THIS HAPPEN!

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    Monday, March 13, 2017 at 07:00 PM
    Independence Institute in Denver, CO
    Come see the LPCO in action! Please come to watch your State Party Board in action and learn how you can be more involved. Open to the public.

    Agenda items include:

    * Outreach

    * Legislative responses and related actions

    * Managing Party business

    * Working with Affiliates and Development Groups

    * Activism activities

    Watch live via youtube
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