2015 Libertarian Party of Nevada State Convention + LPEX
The Libertarian Party of Nevada is holding its 2015 State Convention in conjunction with LPEX, the Libertarian Party of California and the Libertarian State Leadership Alliance (LSLA) Sunday, May 31, 2015 at the Tropicana Las Vegas Casino Hotel Resort. 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 as defined in our Bylaws.
- Date: Sunday, May 31, 2015
- Time: TBA
Tropicana Las Vegas Casino Hotel Resort
Convention Center (Room TBA)
3801 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Become a Delegate:
Get involved with the Libertarian Party of Nevada and participate at the annual State Convention! You play a major role in determining the leaders of the State Party, voting on the strategy and direction of the party to help grow the Libertarian Party of Nevada! We need your support!
Become a Delegate in 3 Easy Steps:
Be a Registered Libertarian Voter - Cost: Free
Make sure you are a Registered Libertarian by changing your Voter Registration to "Libertarian" by May 1, 2015
Already Registered Link: https://nvsos.gov/votersearch/
Register To Vote Link: https://nvsos.gov/sosvoterservices/Registration/step1.aspx
Become a Member of the Libertarian Party of Nevada - Cost: $25 (Minimum)
The Basic Membership is only $25, please review the different membership levels and select the level which is best for you as your donation goes to the state party. As per the bylaws, this can be done at the convention but to be safe, please become a member online.
Become a Member of the National Libertarian Party - Cost: $25
You must also be a member of the National Libertarian Party. You can signup through the Libertarian Party of Nevada's website or you can sign up at the National website.
Purpose of the State Convention:
Executive Committee Elections: All Executive Committee positions are up for election and the Executive Committee members shall be elected by a majority vote of the Convention Delegates. The Executive Committee consist of nine members: Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Southern Regional Representative, Northern Regional Representative, and 3 At-Large Representatives.
Identifying Leadership: The Libertarian Party of Nevada will discuss all leadership positions available, please visitwww.LPNevada.org/help to learn more and apply.
Bylaws: All Bylaws submitted will be reviewed and voted on at the Convention.
About LPEX - The Libertarian Political Expo:
LPEX develops libertarian leaders.
Historically libertarians have been ineffective in politics and failed to influence public policy. Libertarian organizations have not performed the basic functions of political organizations such as running winning campaigns, raising the necessary funds to build sustainable organizations and communicating the libertarian message. Stated plainly, libertarians have not proved to be a viable option for America.
LPEX was organized to address these problems!
LPEX develops individuals into leaders so they can build effective libertarian organizations. Libertarianism resonates with more people today than ever before! The culture of libertarians must change to keep up with the increased demand for a viable option in American politics.
LPEX is not your typical libertarian conference. LPEX will address the major concerns associated with libertarians and provide vital training in the form of workshops, panelists and speakers. The workshops cover a broad range of subjects such as fundraising, messaging, marketing, networking, organizing, campaigning, strategy, and influencing legislation. Speakers and panelists will have candid discussions on why libertarians have failed to achieve significant growth and what we need to do to improve.
The official website is www.LPEX.org.
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(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)