Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania announces convention dates; co-sponsors Liberty Banquet with Keynote Speaker Sen. Mike Folmer (R-48)
Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania (LPPA)
3915 Union Deposit Road #223
Harrisburg, PA 17109
For Immediate Release: February 2, 2010
Harrisburg – The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania will hold its annual state convention March 26th and March 27th at the Hilton Harrisburg in downtown Harrisburg. The convention will include outstanding guest speakers, the opportunity to participate in setting party direction for 2010, nominations for statewide office, and a chance to network and share ideas with freedom-loving individuals from across the state.
"We look forward to getting together in Harrisburg. We are also pleased to be one of many other liberty minded organizations sponsoring the 1st Annual "Liberty Banquet." Senator Mike Folmer (R-48) will be the keynote speaker Saturday evening," says Mik Robertson, State Party Chair. "His efforts to reform the Pennsylvania election code to benefit voters and improve the electoral process are a matter of concern to every Pennsylvanian."
Other speakers will be announced.
The convention will begin Friday evening with a welcome at 7:30 pm, followed by business meetings and workshops on Saturday. The Liberty Banquet begins at 7:00 pm on Saturday, March 27, 2010 and is co-sponsored by Campaign for Liberty – Harrisburg, Campaign for Liberty – PA, the LPPA, GOOOH and York 9-12 Patriots. A complete event list and registration form can be found at www.lppa.org. The convention business meeting and workshops are open to the public and are free.
Stated Media Relations Chair, S. Douglas Leard, "Grassroots movements and Libertarian voter registration numbers show a trend toward our party’s principles of individual liberty, personal responsibility and limited government. We are looking forward to a strong turnout and an exciting convention in March".
The Libertarian Party is the third largest political party in Pennsylvania and the United States . More than 200,000 people across the country are registered Libertarians, and Libertarians serve in hundreds of elected offices. Please visit www.LP.org or www.LPPA.org for more information.