We are excited to announce the 2013 LPAR State Convention to be held on April 27th at the Comfort Inn and Suites Downtown Little Rock (707 Interstate 30). This year, our convention will be in two parts: a business session and a social event. We invite you all to join us as we gear up for . . . → Read More: 2013 Convention Details!
I agree completely with 1996 and 2000 LP Presidential Candidate Harry Brown, when he said today “It’s a great day to be a Libertarian!” It’s an even greater day to be a Libertarian in the great state of Arkansas, where we have made historic gains and elected libertarians!
I am immensely proud of the Libertarian . . . → Read More: Note from the Chair
The Libertarian Party of Arkansas, in it’s first time at bat with full ballot access, elected a partisan Libertarian to office! Frank Gilbert, former mayor of Tull Arkansas and former chairman of the LPAR, made history yesterday by being elected Constable of Dekalb Township in Grant County! I know you all join me in congratulating Frank . . . → Read More: Arkansas Elected Libertarians!
***All vote totals in this email are based on the current 8:00pm 11/7/2012 results from AR SoS. At that time there are only 88% of counties fully reporting and 12% partially reporting.***
Remember, Remember the Sixth of November
A Battle for Freedom hard fought.
I see no reason why all of our victories
Should ever . . . → Read More: Remember, Remember the Sixth of November…
16,139! This is how many signatures were just turned into me from our paid petitioners. These have been counted and recounted and that is the final number. We will be turning these into the Secretary of State’s office sometime the week after next to give our volunteers more time to get us closer to the . . . → Read More: 16,193!
This is an historic week for the LPAR.
When I became Chairman in June of 2010, I made ballot access my #1 issue. Without it, in my opinion and in the opinion of the State of Arkansas, the LPAR is not a political party. I didn’t take this position to be the Chairman of a . . . → Read More: LPAR Begins Process to become a Political Party
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on December 4th, 2010
Rodger Paxton, Chairman of the LPAR, was a guest panelist on Liberty Cap Talk Live tonight. To listen to the podcast, go to Liberty Cap Talk Live and download the .mp3 file. You can also listen to it on your iPod device by going to iTunes. Other panelists were James Oaksun, Treasurer of . . . → Read More: LPAR Chair Participates as a Panelist on Liberty Cap Talk Live
“The only security men can have for their political liberty, consists in keeping their money in their own pockets.” – Lysander Spooner
“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” – Inscription on the General Post Office in New York City, originally . . . → Read More: The Libertarian Alternative – United States Postal Service
The Libertarian National Committee is meeting this weekend in New Orleans, LA. Mark Hinkle, the LNC Chairman, has proposed the agenda.
If you will notice, there is a 5 minute section for the Affiliate Support Committee report under the Reports of Standing Committee category. Why is this important to us? Because the LPAR has sent . . . → Read More: LNC Meeting this weekend
Mount Nebo Family BBQ – Saturday, August 7, 2010 – 10am-3pm – Click Here to Register!
Come join us for a family BBQ on Saturday, August 7th from 10am – 3pm at Mount Nebo State Park. We all need some time off from business meetings, fund raising, conventions and such, so come out and spend . . . → Read More: Family BBQ Social Event 2010!