The LPVC Executive Committee will meet in Camarillo at Marie Calenders, located at 185 Daily Drive, at 6:00 PM on Tuesday November 12. This is a business meeting open to all members who wish to attend. First on the agenda will be an up to date financial status report provided by the Treasurer. New business for consideration will be discussed and brought to the table for vote by the committee at that time. The meeting will then be open for discussion to all members.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! A gathering of the undead, ghosts, ghouls, werewolves, vampires, demons and hearty libertarians beckons you to don a mask or perhaps even come disguised as your favorite Founding Father. The assembly will commence Friday November the first in the year Two Thousand Thirteen.
Yea, in the fundraising spirit of the evening this Haunted House will dispel evil progressives and statists. Souls of weary men and women will recount scary tales of regulation and spending beyond means. The resident witch will cast spells on Republicans and Democrats alike. There will even be a witches’ brew for the hardy.
But Beware! No mere mortals will be allowed. Entry will be forbidden to anyone who cannot recite at least one magic chant from the United States Constitution or Bill of Rights. The Graveyard you will walk through upon entering has more room for those who do not heed this warning!
We are especially happy to announce our fabulous speaker for this event, the charismatic, and noteworthy Libertarian, Mr. Judd Weiss. You won’t want to miss this special opportunity to meet Mr. Weiss in person and hear his engaging message. Judd Weiss is a successful entrepreneur and award winning owner of his own Commercial Real Estate Brokerage. Judd also serves as an elected Representative At-Large on the LPCA Executive Committee. He is also known, in Libertarian circles, for his sophisticated, exclusive Bel Air events featuring high profile Libertarian speakers and organizations. His teachings focus on connecting with people, raising awareness, and successfully promoting political ideas of liberty For more information, Judd Weiss writes about business and politics on his blog at: http://hustlebear.com
The witching hours will be between dusk and dawn. Do not dare to arrive before 7:30 PM when darkness falls and vampires are most active. Guests are asked to come prepared to be in festive Halloween spirit. Expect to be scared, thrilled and chilled. There will be snacks, beverages, and mixers. The haunted bar will be stocked with useful items, but please (BYOB) bring your own alcoholic beverage. While this is an adult affair, children will be permitted. The party will take place both inside and outside; be mindful and dress for the weather.
Our Haunted Holiday Fundraiser (we hope to scare the donations out of you) will take place at a member’s private residence in Thousand Oaks. We dare all libertarian spirits to appear. For address, call 805-642-LPVC (5782) and select “events” line or call 805-660-4409.
All members should be receiving an email from our State Office in Sacramento with regard to a new on-line self-service program called California Neon Portal which will enable them to enter their own membership dues, donations, event registrations and general profile updates. This new procedure will help the party maintain a fresh membership database and streamline payment of annual dues. The change was motivated by new bylaws passed at our last convention. Since July 1, renewal amounts have been shared equally between the county and the state. Another difference is that dues are now paid by calendar year. The next step was to create a better tracking system. It is hoped that this self-service portal will be appreciated by the members as a step in the right direction.
When you receive your notice, please register, then walk through the menu items. You may need to update your address, phone or email. Or you may want to update your political registration status. Please plan on keeping this information current. This will ensure that you remain connected to the Party of Principle, the Libertarian Party. If you have any questions about this new system, please feel free to contact your County Secretary at 805-642-LPVC or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a meeting of the Executive Commitee to discuss and vote on business matters. All members are welcome to attend and observe.
Earlier this year we voted to combine our monthly Member business meetings, with our Executive Commitee business sessions, thus calling them ‘business meetings’. These meetings will be held every other month, until further notice. This will be our first time trying out this new format. The ExCom business should wrap up around 7:30 pm, when the meeting will be opened up for discussion to all members. Regular members are encouraged to attend . On the agenda, will be our upcoming fundraiser and events plans, as well as up to date financial, and membership reports. In addition, we will discuss plans for our next speaker meeting, and our campaign and candidate training plans. All ExCom officers and members are encouraged to submit requests to discuss any other agenda items.
We will be located in The Winery Room, at Mimi’s Cafe in T.O. Meeting will begin at 6:30 PM.
See you there!
Please join us this month as we celebrate Liberty at Cisco’s Mexican Restaurant at 7 PM on Wednesday September 18 in Thousand Oaks. “Winning Wed.” at Cisco’s means prizes and great happy hour deals from 2-CLOSE! This is a fun way to meet the LPVC, and learn what the party can do for you. If interested, find out about the direction the LPVC is headed, and how it plans to promote liberty locally, and successfully achieve its goals.
Find out why we are the fastest growing party today and what you can do to help restore the American dream, and protect your freedom. We want to hear what your concerns are about government today, and share with you our hopes for the future. We love new faces, so feel free to bring a friend! See you there!