SPEAKERS LINEUP FOR VERMONT LIBERTARIAN PARTY CONVENTION
The Vermont Libertarian Party will hold its Convention on Saturday, April 29, from 9:30 AM to 4 PM at the Capitol Plaza Hotel & Conference Center in Montpelier.
During the morning business meeting, Vermont Libertarians will reaffirm and amend the state Party platform, and elect delegates to represent Vermont at the National Libertarian Party Convention.
An onsite luncheon will follow the business meeting and in the afternoon, convention attendees listen to a variety of guest speakers, followed by a social hour.
The speaker line up is:
- Ethan Allen travels through time to add some revolutionary gusto to the
- Rob Williams, Vermont Commons/Second Vermont Republic
- Martin Harris, Citizens for Property Rights
- Rob Roper, FreedomWorks
- Professor Frank Bryan, Keynote Speaker – Writer, humorist, and foremost
expert on Town Meeting Democracy
“We have a great lineup of speakers for our convention this year, and they’ll be covering a variety of issues that are very important to all Vermonters,” said Hardy Machia, chair of the Vermont Libertarian Party.
Attendance at the 2006 Vermont Libertarian Party Convention business meeting is free and open to the public, though only registered party members may vote on the convention floor.
A small fee is required to attend the afternoon luncheon and activities.
To schedule media interviews for the day of the Convention, please call Hardy Machia at 802-372-9512 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Vermont Libertarian Party has been active in Vermont politics for over 30 years. Vermont Libertarians have served in local office throughout the state. The National Libertarian Party was founded in 1971 and is the third largest political party in the United States. Millions of Americans have voted for Libertarian Party candidates in past elections throughout the country. Libertarians believe the answer to America’s political problems is the same commitment to freedom that earned America its greatness: a free-market economy and the abundance and prosperity it brings, a dedication to individual liberties and personal freedom, and a foreign policy of non-intervention, peace, and free trade.