In 12 days, the Libertarian Party of Texas will make its biggest decision of the year. You can help make that decision!
On Saturday June 29 at the Waco Hilton, the Libertarian Party of Texas state committee will decide whether we can afford to hire an executive director.
We are at about 80% of our fund raising goal but we need your support NOW. You can help us achieve our goal before June 29 and ensure we can provide full time support to our candidates, county chairs, activists, and members. Help us make the "Launch 2014" campaign to be the best ever.
We sincerely appreciate all of our current members and want to recognize our 2012 donors at our Wall of Recognition.
Libertarian Debate in Waco: Low Tax vs. No Tax
Following our State Executive Committee meeting in Waco, Texas on Saturday, June 29th, the Libertarian Party of Texas will host a controversial debate: Low Tax vs No Tax.
Arguing in favor of limited taxation will be Kurt Hildebrand (Chair, Hays County LP) and Dr. Steve Bradley (Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Baylor University).
Wes Benedict (former Executive Director of both our state and national parties) and John Bush (Executive Director, Center for Natural Living) will oppose taxation in what is sure to be a riveting debate.
This advertisement is running on the radio in Waco thanks to Neil Snider:
Tax versus No Tax
JOIN US in Waco on Saturday, June 29th!
Waco Hilton (113 S. University Parks Drive) RSVP Here. (Please SHARE this Event!) Click here for printable flier to distribute.
Social Hour (cash bar): 6-7pm
Debate: 7-8:30pm After party hosted by Heather Cash, McLennan County Chair
We are Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians & Independents all working together to advance the cause of liberty and to remind our representatives to follow the Constitution!
This group is run locally.
This grassroots Meetup will help you network with other Liberty Lovers of Bexar County, and provide you with tools and information as well as activities to help with the local effort.
"He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppresion; for if he violates this duty he estabalishes a precedent that will reach to himself." -Thomas Paine, Common Sense 1776