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2018 LPIN State Convention

  • May 04, 2018
  • 5:00 PM
  • May 05, 2018
  • 9:00 PM
  • Downtown Indianapolis Marriott 350 W Maryland St, Indianapolis, IN 46225

Registration


Registration is closed

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Agenda:

Friday May 4th 
5:00pm - Registration opens for full package registrants. 
6:00pm - 9:00pm - "Vet the Candidates" reception. With Cash Bar.

Saturday, May 5th
8:30am - Registration opens for full package and day-pass registrants.
9:00am - 9:45am - Workshops round 1 - Officer training - Chair, Treasurer, Secretary. 
9:45am - 10:00am - Coffee Break. 
10:00am - 10:45am - Workshops round 2 - Candidate, Campaign, and Advocacy training .
10:45am - 11:00am - Coffee Break. 
11:00am - 11:45am - Wokshop round 3 - Delegate Business Meeting training. 
11:45am - 12:00pm - Coffee / Bathroom break. 
12:00pm - 1:00pm - Box Lunch & Networking. Registration opens for delegate-only registrants. 
1:00pm - 5:00pm - LPIN 2018 Annual Business Meeting. 
5:00pm - 6:00pm - Break - Cash Bar opens. 
6:00pm - 9:00pm - Dinner, Awards Ceremony, Saturday Night Banquet Speaker: Governor Bill Weld - 2016 Libertarian Party Candidate for Vice President

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Convention ticket, pass, and package details:

  • Blue Pass = Full Convention, all access pass: Friday night "Vet the Candidates Reception", Saturday morning workshops, lunch, business meeting, and evening banquet. Price increases to $200 on 4/20
  • Blue Pass = Student Discount Ticket: Get the Full Convention Pass with a 30% discount if you are a student! You will be required to present your student ID during convention registration.
  • Yellow Pass = Saturday Day Pass: Saturday Day Pass - Workshops, lunch, and business meeting. One ticket per person, non-refundable. Ticket price increases to $100 on 4/20.
  • Yellow Pass + Student Discount: Get the Saturday Day Convention Pass with a 30% discount if you are a student! You will be required to present your student ID during convention registration.
  • White Pass = Business Meeting Only: Attendance to the LPIN 2018 State Convention Business Meeting is free to attend for anyone. This does not include meals or access to any workshops, events, or receptions.
  • Friday Night Only = "Vet the Candidate" Reception: Come vet the LPIN Candidates Friday night. There will be very little time to vet the candidates during the Saturday convention due to venue time constraints. This will be your chance to learn about our candidates before the vote during the Saturday Business Meeting.
  • Friday Night Only + Student Discount: Get access to the Friday night "Vet the Candidates" reception with a 30% discount if you are a student! You will be required to present your student ID during convention registration. Come vet the LPIN Candidates Friday night. There will be very little time to vet the candidates during the Saturday convention due to venue time constraints. This will be your chance to learn about our candidates before the vote during the Saturday Business Meeting.
  • Saturday Evening Banquet Only: Attend only the Saturday Evening Banquet - Dinner, Awards, and Speaker.
  • Saturday Evening Banquet Only: Student Discount: Get the Saturday Evening Banquet Only with a 30% discount if you are a student! You will be required to present your student ID during convention registration.
**All tickets, passes, and packages are one per person and non-refundable. 

Training and Speaker information:

Saturday Night Banquet Speaker: Governor Bill Weld - 2016 Libertarian Party Candidate for Vice President

William ‘Bill’ Weld was elected Governor of Massachusetts in 1990 with 51% of the vote and re-elected in 1994 with 71% of the vote. Despite the state legislature being controlled by a Democratic majority, Bill cut taxes 21 times and did not permit any tax increases. He is a strong advocate of social tolerance. In 1992, Bill was rated the most fiscally conservative governor in the United States by the Wall Street Journal. In 2016, he was the Libertarian nominee for Vice-President of the United States.

Candidate Training Workshop: Cara Schulz - Libertarian Party Candidate Recruitment Specialist

Cara Schulz is a current sitting City Council Member for Burnsville, Minnesota and the Candidate Recruitment Specialist for the LNC. In her campaign in 2016, she ran against a candidate supported by the other council members, the Chamber of Commerce, and other major groups. Using traditional and not so traditional campaigning techniques, she was able to overcome the odds and was sworn in January of 2017.

Activist Training Workshop: "Boss Hog of Liberty" hosts Jeremiah Morrell & Dakota Davis, and Morgan County activist/candidate Danny Lundy

Come find out what Jeremiah, Dakota, and Danny have been doing in their home counties to make themselves the only source people turn to find out what the local government has been doing.

Campaign Training Workshop: Jared Hall - LPIN Political Director

Chairman Training Workshop: Tim Maguire - LPIN Chairman

Secretary Training Workshop: Frank Rossa - LPIN Secretary

Treasurer Training Workshop: Michael Schultheiss - LPIN Treasurer

Delegate Training Workshop: Mark Rutherford - Former LPIN Chairman


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Paid for by the Libertarian Party of Indiana. www.lpin.org Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. Contributions to LPIN are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. Funds received in response to this solicitation are subject to Indiana limits. Indiana law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $99.99 in a calendar year. Contributions from foreign nationals are prohibited. The LPIN does not give advice on federal or state campaign finance law. If you are unsure about applicable campaign finance law, please consult your lawyer for advice.

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