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LPMC Business Meeting

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The official business meeting for the Libertarian Party of Marion County.  Join us at 6pm for dinner!

We’ll be meeting on the second floor of the Antelope Club, 615 N. Delaware St. Indianapolis, IN. This is a private club, but a number of Libertarians have joined, enabling us to reserve the room each month.

LPMC Business meetings are now held on the 3rd Monday of the Month, every other month. And with your help, they can always be held at the Antelope Club…pledge a monthly donation of $5-10 or more today: http://www.indylp.org…

Want to become a member of the Antelope Club? Go to their website to download an application: http://www.antelopecl…

Indianapolis, IN 46204 – USA

Monday, July 18 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 14

Ed Coleman on Atlas Liberty.

Rutherford’s Atlas Liberty PAC

After the 2006 Libertarian Party national convention, I founded Atlas Liberty PAC along with several friends. It formally started in September 2006.

Its mission is to provide Libertarian candidates (and parties) at all levels the practical, nuts-and-bolts support necessary to become an effective force in local politics. This is because Atlas Liberty is not a think tank, for its focus transcends ideology, positions and principles to focus on the mechanics and hard work of real politics providing the knowledge and resources our affiliates need to win elections.

In November 2010, Atlas Liberty PAC took a big step by naming Evan McMahon to be its Executive Director. Evan has already provided support to several candidates in Nebraska and Indiana, and has worked with volunteers in Ohio.

In the past, Atlas Liberty PAC has provided scholarships for libertarians to attend campaign training programs in Ohio and Washington, D.C. and provided financial support to candidates in Arizona, Texas and Indiana.

You can help by making a contribution to Atlas Liberty by clicking here to help us raise $100,000 in 2011.

Please also take a look at Atlas Liberty PAC on Facebook. Click here to link to Atlas Liberty’s Facebook page.

Did You Know?

I meet with Indianapolis City-County Councilor Ed Coleman before every council meeting to discuss the agenda and proposed ordinances. George Edwards, John Meuser and Tim Maguire often join Ed and me too at these meetings.

My political action committee is Atlas Liberty PAC.

Its mission is to provide Libertarian candidates (and parties) at all levels the practical, nuts-and-bolts support necessary to become an effective force in local politics. This is because Atlas Liberty is not a think tank, for its focus transcends ideology, positions and principles to focus on the mechanics and hard work of real politics providing the knowledge and resources our affiliates need to win elections.

Click here to link to Atlas Liberty’s Facebook page. Click here to go to its website.

I have a politician Facebook page. Click here to go to it.

I have a personal Facebook page. Click here to go to it.

Click here to go to my Twitter page.

I attended my first Central Committee meeting of the Libertarian Party of Indiana during the summer of 1998. It was possible to know almost every active Libertarian in the state in 1998. Most were on the Central Committee. The activities of the party were limited and mostly centered around the Secretary of State race that year.

In 2011 I meet very active Hoosier Libertarians all the time who I have never met before. In fact, it has become impossible to know about all the Libertarian activities in the state and all of the active Libertarians in the state. The party is now that big!

Good Evening

It is good to have some time to update The Rutherford Report.

Ed Coleman for Indianapolis City-County Council District 24 is working hard on his re-election campaign.

Check out the web site of Atlas Liberty, PAC, my political action committee, at www.atlasliberty.com.

Check out the Atlas Liberty Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/AtlasLiberty

Libertarian Party of Marion County Independence Day Party

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This fun event is a fundraiser for the LPMC. Celebrate our freedom with the Libertarians, who continue to stand up for our Constitution! Donations are as follows: $10 per person or $15 for couple. Kids under 12 years of age are included in the price of individual or couple. This event is not recommended for very young kids. Please bring a side dish to share.

Indianapolis, IN 46260 – USA

Monday, July 4 at 4:30 PM

Attending: 1

Libertarian Candidate Meet & Greet

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Join the Libertarians of Indianapolis for our annual Candidate Meet & Greet!  We’ve finally nominated our candidates, so come out and meet them, ask them questions, and maybe join one of their teams!

Every once in awhile, local libertarians like to wind down from a long day at work with other like-minded liberty supporters, without any serious discussions or agendas.  This event will be no different. Good food, good drinks, and great conversations will be had, don’t miss out!

The event begins at 6:00pm, but please feel free to drop by anytime.

Libertarian Party of Marion County: www.indylp.org

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Ricks Café Boatyard is a waterfront restaurant offering its guests a panoramic view of Eagle Creek Reservoir. Rick’s offers ample but intimate seating both inside and out; as well as an extensive menu of fresh hand prepared meals offered daily. Guests dine inside a beautiful, high-ceiling dining room, or outside with a breathtaking view of the water.

 http://www.rickscafeb…

 

Indianapolis, IN 46254 – USA

Monday, June 20 at 6:00 PM

Attending: 9

Chris Spangle’s Blog 2011-05-27 17:28:35

High Five!

LPMC Business Meeting

photoIndianapolis Libertarian Meetups

The official business meeting for the Libertarian Party of Marion County.  Join us at 6pm for dinner!

We’ll be meeting on the second floor of the Antelope Club, 615 N. Delaware St. Indianapolis, IN. This is a private club, but a number of Libertarians have joined, enabling us to reserve the room each month.

LPMC Business meetings are now held on the 3rd Monday of the Month, every other month. And with your help, they can always be held at the Antelope Club…pledge a monthly donation of $5-10 or more today: http://www.indylp.org…

Want to become a member of the Antelope Club? Go to their website to download an application: http://www.antelopecl…

Indianapolis, IN 46204 – USA

Monday, July 18 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 10

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