March 2018

Why Principle Matters (by Sean Brown)

Why Principle Matters

By Sean Brown

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official opinion of the LPPA.

Right now it seems the Libertarian Party is largely divided between two factions: the pragmatists and the principled.

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Organizing for Rapid Growth (by Sonja Dagny Yago)

Organizing for Rapid Growth

by Sonja Dagny Yago

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official opinion of the LPPA.

When I talk with other Libertarians, it's clear that many, if not all, of would like our party to be bigger and more organized. So, how do we make this happen and is it possible to make it happen faster than past attempts?

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LPPA Officers

LPPA Officers

Elected at the 2018 LPPA Convention, March 4, 2018

Chair: Drew Bingaman (re-elected)

Eastern Vice-Chair: Jennifer Moore

Central Vice-Chair: Bill Sloane (re-elected)

Western Vice-Chair: David Vesely (re-elected)

Secretary: Steve Brenize (re-elected)

Treasurer: Joseph Soloski (re-elected)

[NEWS] LPPA Hosts Annual Convention in Shippensburg

Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania Hosts 2018 Convention

On March 3-4, 2018, the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania hosted its 2018 convention at the Shippen Place Hotel in Shippensburg, PA. Nearly 100 dues-paying Libertarians turned out to the event, an increase of over 20% from last year.

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