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Candidate Press Conference

on Mon, 04/28/2014 - 14:00

When: Thursday, May 1st @ 10am

Where: 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas(at the Gazebo)

We are having a candidate press conference featuring many Libertarian party candidates for federal, state and local offices. The press conference is open for the public to attend and participate. Come out and support many of the candidates that will represent the Libertarian Party on the ballot in November.

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Filing Deadline: Feb 1

on Fri, 01/27/2012 - 15:34

If you are interested in running for office then please do so soon. You can contact Laura Valle (chair@lpbexar.org) and get the info you need to file on time. There is very little time left and we have many spot that need representatives till.

it is ok if you are not experienced. You can learn about running as a candidate and decide where you fit in. The most important thing is to get Libertarians on the ballot and give voters a choice. It is fundamental to our system and protecting the principles we all care about.

Please consider running and let us know today!

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Candidate Show and Tell

on Sat, 12/03/2011 - 02:20

The Bexar County Libertarian Party started the Candidate Show and Tell tour this summer, and now, by popular acclaim, has invited Kathie Glass back to present the the talk she has honed all across Texas on Saturday, December 10 in San Antonio.  Kathie will share her experiences – the good, the bad, and the ugly – and brainstorm with those present about how to improve Libertarian races.

If you are considering supporting LP candidates in 2012 or thinking of running, yourself, this is the right place for you to be.

 

When: Saturday, December 10th  11:00am - 3:00pm
Where: The Longhorn Cafe 1003 Rittiman Road San Antonio, Tx 78209 (210) 822-7272
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Candidate Round Table

on Wed, 08/10/2011 - 02:57

Saturday, August 20th @ 1pm to 5pm. Longhorn Cafe, 17625 Blanco Rd, San Antonio, Texas. We will be meeting in the special event room. This is a an event to allow those interested in the upcoming elections from San Antonio, Bexar county, and the surrounding counties to get together. Previous candidates and those interested in running should come to learn from each other. We will share past experiences and plan for the future. Kathie Glass, the former governor candidate, and Tom Glass will be there from Houston. Please come if you are thinking about running or have questions about the process. If you have any questions about this event, please email Arthur Thomas (secretary@lpbexar.org) or call 210.464.2146.

UPDATE: We will be meeting at 12 (noon), an hour before the meeting starts, to socialize and chat. Please come by and grab some food and meet everyone before we get to business!

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Become a Candidate

on Mon, 07/25/2011 - 14:18

The Libertarian Party of Bexar County is looking for candidates that are interested in running for office. You can view the available positions LP Texas website and find out more information on the Texas state website. If you are not sure about running you can read more about becoming a candidate and what type of people we are looking for on the ballot on the 'Become a Candidate' page. If you have any interest or questions at all then please contact Laura Valle at chair@lpbexar.org. She and the other members will assist you in knowing what you will need to do. 

Texas is the leading state in filling up the ballot with Libertarian candidates, but to continue this success we need people like you, who are willing to run. Becoming a candidate isn't about desire for power of position or not even about struggling tirelessly to change the system. It is simply about normal citizens like you standing up for the great Libertarian principles that you know are worthy. The good ideas are there, but now is the time to represent them by putting your name on the ballot. 

Almost every office up on the ballot without a libertarian representative only supports the status quo choices. It is submission to the status quo. We must make sure people have a choice. This great but simple gesture shows that things do not have to be what they have always been. It means people can choose differently and that power can be put back where it belongs. It is the greatest way of letting people know that 'the lesser of two evils' is no longer acceptable.

Join us today. No more evil, just freedom.