LPMN

January 29, 2010

Civil liberties of motorists defended at U of M

Restrictions against texting-while-driving were debated at the University of Minnesota in January, in a panel discussion on technology and civil liberties. Libertarians were invited to participate in a forum organized by the Political Science Department for 300 metro-area junior and senior high school students. Three panel sessions were held on various current issues, with over 75 students participating in the texting-while-driving forum.

January 9, 2010

2010 LPMN State Convention

Our 38th year of influenceThe LPMN is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2010 state convention, to be held on April 24. Attendance is open to the public. It's an opportunity for the public to hear distinguished Libertarian speakers as well as for members to conduct business. Early registration is requested but not required; those interested in attending may arrive the day of the convention.

During this year's business meeting there are proposed party bylaw changes. Below are a two documents for attendees to read in advance. Copies will also be passed out at the convention:

Speakers for the 2010 LPMN State Convention are Dr. Mary Ruwart, Ph.D. and Pat Anderson.

Dr. Mary Ruwart was a contender for the 2008 Libertarian Party presidential nomination, is a longtime liberty activist, pharmaceutical research scientist and healthcare expert, and author of the book Healing Our World.

Pat Anderson is a candidate for Minnesota State Auditor, former Mayor of Eagan, businesswoman, and President of the Free Market Institute.

View State Convention Details.

October 27, 2009

LPMN endorses Katch, O’Connor in November 3 municipal elections

Libertarians and liberty-supporters are encouraged to support our endorsed candidates this November. While odd-year municipal elections tend to receive minimal publicity by the media and lower turnout by the general public, it also affords libertarians an opportunity to have an outsized impact on the election results. Also, for the first time, Minneapolis residents will have a chance to try out the new Ranked Choice Voting method (Instant Runoff Voting), which the Libertarian Party had endorsed before its approval by city voters in 2006.

October 11, 2009

Mary O’Connor to participate in the Brooklyn Center school district 286 debate

Mary O'Connor, Libertarian Party of Minnesota endorsed candidate, is running for a seat on the school board of Brooklyn Center school district 286. There will be a debate Tuesday, October 13th starting at 7:00pm at the Brooklyn Center City Hall. She will be debating three other candidates. If you have any questions or would like additional details, please contact the LPMN at 763-561-8038 or info@lpmn.org.

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