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Business Meeting: Tuesday Dec 6 7PM

on Mon, 12/05/2016 - 12:28

The next quarterly business meeting of the Bexar County Libertarian Party will be held on Tuesday December 6, 2016 at the home of Lynn Bloxham 3407 Old Forge Road, 78230. All current affiliates of Bexar LP are requested to attend. The meeting is open to the public and non affiliated persons may attend and observe the proceedings.

The meeting will start promptly at 7 PM and is scheduled to end at 9 PM. There will be a social hour 6-7 PM prior to the start of the meeting. The proposed agenda is attached.

Please contact the chair if you have questions.

Gil Robinson, Chair Bexar LP 210-957-9780

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LPBC local candidate forum

on Thu, 10/13/2016 - 19:30

October 2016 Discussion Meeting and Candidate Forum
Candidate forum for statewide and local races.

October 18th, 2016

6:00 PM   through   9:00 PM

The Cove
SAN ANTONIO, TX 78212-5001

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Business Meeting: Tuesday, Sept 6th

on Tue, 08/30/2016 - 12:53

Date: Tues, September 6, 2016
Time: 6pm social hour, 7pm meeting start
Where407 Old Forge Drive, San Antonio, Tx 78230

LP Bexar will hold it's quarterly business meeting on September 6, 2016. at the Bloxham residence on 3407 Old Forge Drive, San Antonio, Tx 78230. 

Time will be 7-9 PM. Snacks will be available for a social hour from 6-7 PM

The 2016 General Election is a unique opportunity for the Libertarian Party. Any members who have suggestions how Bexar LP can take make advantage of this election cycle are encouraged to make submit these proposals to the body for approval at this meeting.

Gil Robinson, Chair Bexar LP, 210-957-9780

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Twitter: @BexarLiberty


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Discussion Meeting Tue, 9/20

on Mon, 08/22/2016 - 11:52

When: Tuesday, 9/20 @ 7pm
Where: The Cove, 606 W Cypress St, San Antonio, Texas 78212

September's meeting features Michael Badnarik from Austin. Michael was the Presidential nominee of the Libertarian Party in 2004. He has studied the constitution extensively and has a wealth of knowledge about Americal government.

Our monthly meetings feature a social hour starting at 6 PM. The presentation section of the meetings begin about 7 PM. They are informal and typically feature a speaker on a subject of interest to libertarians. Upcoming speakers will be announced as they are confirmed. Monitor this site to see who the future speakers will be! 

We meet every 3rd Tuesday every month. Our meetings are open to the the public.

Our monthly newsletter will keep you up to date on our activities! Signup for the LPBC Newsletter.

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Gary Johnson @ Tribune Festival

on Mon, 08/22/2016 - 11:48

Gary Johnson at the Texas Tribune Festival on September 24

Libertarian presidential candidate Governor Gary Johnson will appear in "One on One with Gary Johnson" at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 24. He will be with Matthew Dowd, Chief Political Analyst for ABC News, as part of the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin.

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Discussion Meeting Tue, 8/16 @ 7pm

on Sat, 08/13/2016 - 16:37

When: Tuesday, 8/16 @ 7pm

Where: The Cove, 606 W Cypress St, San Antonio, Texas 78212

Next Tuesday 8/16, we will be hosting our August discussion meeting at The Cove. The event will kickoff with a social hour at 6pm, where you can relax with a bunch of Libertarians and enjoy the Cove's selection of craft beers. The meeting will start at 7pm with announcements followed by a presentation from our guest speaker.

Our guest speaker this week is Michael Dennis, a local attorney who was instrumental in the fight to block the city streetcar project, drafting the city charter ammendment requiring a referendum elections for rail and streetcar projects.

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Political Refugees

on Mon, 05/09/2016 - 12:10
The news about Ted Cruz dropping out of the Republican race has had a lot of Republicans looking towards other options. When faced against a status quo big government war hawk democrat and a questionably competent and flippant Republican rabblerouser even those that could typically hold their nose at politics at usual start to wonder just what is going on. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump aren't just bad choices, the represent everything that is wrong with government. All but the most die hard party or bust supporters are questioning if there is a better way. There is!
Libertarians are not surprised at current outcomes. We don't see the current election cycle as a odd fluke of a two party system, but instead as the inevitable result of running two old parties for so long. Voting the "lesser of two evils" and voting against a candidate instead of for one leads to exactly this problem. A system in which candidates gerrymander and buy voters through political promises combined with voters always "holding their nose" is not a system in which you raise good politicians. This only encourages the worst in government. The founders warned of government going bad and citizens that need to remain ever vigilant against it. Voters have not been vigilant against bad government. They have been extremely tolerant of it. Our current political outcomes are a demonstration of this chain of events over decades.
Its time to stop. We realize not all those looking for other options are necessarily in complete agreement with Libertarians. We know some are leaning and some are "libertarian-lite". Thats ok. We offer hope and opportunity for anyone looking for a solution to this political mess. We can be that opportunity to send a resounding "NO" to politics as usual. We can be a means to add in a new voice into the mix so that more moderate voices can rise up out of the extremes worst of an old two party system. And lastly, we can be a new home for the politically battered people who simply want to live free with a government that actually protects that freedom instead of endangering it. 
Our lantern is lit if you are lost in the darkness. You might not end up with us as your final home, but we offer a haven from this political storm in which seems to assault us all. Come check us and hopefully you will realize there is a better way.   
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2016 Convention Schedule

on Tue, 02/02/2016 - 17:53

LP Texas hold conventions at the precinct, county, district, state, and national level. The state convention will be in San Antonio, Texas April 8-10. The national convention will be in Orlando Florida May 27-30. Anyone may attend the conventions and all interested in the LP are encouraged to do so. The state and national conventions have speakers and panels and are not just business meetings.

Precinct Conventions

Tuesday, March 8th @ 7pm
Norris Conference CenterPark North Shopping Center, 618 NW Loop 410 #207, San Antonio, TX 78216, Live Oak Room
Please arrive on time to help with the verification and check in.

County Convention

Saturday, March 12th @ 1pm 
Luby's4541 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, TX 78201
Plese arrive on time or early for check in. The convention will start very soon after 1pm.
The District Conventions will include US Congressional District 35 and Texas Senate District 26. Additional may be scheduled as we get closer to convention time.

District Conventions

Saturday, March 19th @ 1pm
Luby's4541 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, TX 78201

State Convention

Friday, April 8th - Sunday, April 10th
Norris Conference CenterPark North Shopping Center, 618 NW Loop 410 #207, San Antonio, TX 78216
Find out more at and be sure to reserve your tickets!
Convention Accomodations: DoubleTree Hotel @ $99/night

National Convention

Friday, May 27th - Monday, May 30th. (Non convention meetings start May 25th)
Rosen Centre Hotel 9840 International Drive, Orlando, Florida 32819
You can go to the national convention page or get reservations.

Note: Our LNC Representative, Kevin Ludlow, is putting together a LP Convention bus trip. has all the information. You can reserve you seat now to get on the bus. 

To participate there are a few simple rules

  1. You need to be a registered voter in Bexar County.
  2. You must have NOT voted in one of the other party primaries.

​To be a delegate you need to affiliate with the LP at our conventions. The starting point for this is the precinct conventions. Although not required, it is highly encouraged to bring your voter registration card to make things go quickly and smoothly.

Please direct questions to Bexar LP Chair, Gil Robinson @ 210-957-9780 | 

 2016 Convention Information Guide

2016 LP Convention Guide

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3rd Annual Libertarian Dinner

on Wed, 01/13/2016 - 14:49
To get tickets:
When: Saturday, January 30th @ 7pm
Where: Stone Wekrs, Lincoln Heights, 999 E Basse Road
The Libertarian Party of Bexar County is holding our Third Annual Libertarian Dinner on Saturday January 30. Judge Jim Gray, the Vice-Presidential nominee of the Libertarian Party in 2012 will be the gues speaker. Judge Gray is well known for his advocacy to repeal marijuana prohibition and as the Vice Presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party in 2012.
There will also be a reception for Judge Gray on Friday the 29th at the home of Mike and Joy Holland.
Please visit to get more details and purchase tickets. If you have any questions please email the LP Bexar Chair, Gil Robinson:
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September Business Meeting

on Sun, 08/23/2015 - 23:26

Business Meeting 9/2 @ 7pm


Date: Wednesday June 3, 2015

Time: 7 PM to 9 PM

Location:  The Bloxham's 3407 Old Forge Drive, SA, Tx 78230

Business meetings are open to the general public. Only affiliates of the Bexar county Libertarian Party may vote or make a motion or be recognized by the Chair. Affiliates wishing to offer a temporary amendment to the bylaws must submit it it writing to the county chair at two weeks prior to the meeting. Affiliates wishing to submit an item for inclusion in the agenda or a motion for consideration are encouraged to this also to the chair by two weeks prior to the meeting.

There will be a social hour from 6-7 PM prior to the meeting.

If you have any questions, please contact the chair, Gil Robinson ( / 210-957-9780)