2014 LPNevada State Convention


Libertarian Party of Nevada 2014 State Convention & First Clark County Sheriff Debate

The Libertarian Party of Nevada is holding its 2014 State Convention and hosting the first Clark County Sheriffs Debate Saturday, February 8, 2014 at El Cortez Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. We encourage all Libertarians to attend and participate at the Convention. To be credentialed as a Delegate, you must be a Member of the Libertarian Party of Nevada.

There is no cost to attend the Convention. Pre-ordered lunches are available for $12.50. Lunches include bottled water, sandwich (Turkey, Roast Beef or Veggie) with a bag of chips and either a cookie or brownie. If you plan on getting a lunch please RSVP by January 31, 2014.

Purpose of the State Convention:



First 2014 Clark County Sheriff Debate

In addition to the business of the Libertarian Convention, the Libertarian Party of Nevada is Hosting the First Clark County Sheriff Candidate Debate. As this will likely be one of the most contested races in the 2014 Elections, the Libertarian Party would like to have the opportunity to select a Constitutional Sheriff to represent Clark County and dramatically change the culture of the Las Vegas Metro Police Department.

The Debate will have a special guest moderator and this will be open to the public and Media; however seating is limited, those at the convention will get priority seating, the rest will be first come, first served.

The Liberty Movement in Nevada is coming together to ask the tough questions to all Candidates. Members of the Libertarian Party will have a chance to submit questions prior to the debate.

Do not wait, RSVP on our MeetUp page now to make sure you get the best seats.

Applicable Bylaws:
(IV-1) The LPN shall hold a Convention in even-numbered years for the purpose of choosing Candidates for Public Office and whatever business shall be deemed necessary and proper, including but not limited to amending these bylaws, choosing delegates to the National Convention, and filling vacancies in the Executive Committee. Vacancies in the list of delegates to the National Convention can be filled by the Executive Committee before the National Convention, or by a vote of the delegates at the National Convention. This convention shall take place before the beginning date for a minor political party to file its list of candidates. If the beginning date for a minor political party to file its list of candidates with the Secretary of State is prior to February 1 of the election year, then the Convention may be held up to 60 days before the first date to file even if that moves the Convention to the previous year.

(IV-4) All LPN members are qualified to be delegates to the Convention (hereafter referred to as "the Convention"). No fee may be required of any LPN member to participate in the business sessions of any Convention; however, fees may be required for participation in other convention events. A quorum of a Convention shall be a majority of the registered delegates to the Convention. The Convention Secretary shall provide the Executive Committee with draft convention minutes no later than 10 days after the conclusion of the State Convention, and the Executive Committee is empowered to approve convention minutes.
All of Article IV and other sections of the bylaws ( http://lpnevada.org/about/info/bylaws)