Registration is now open for the 2014 Annual Convention of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina Join us in Durham April 4-5 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 4620 S. Miami Blvd.

This year, our emphasis will be on putting Liberty in Action, focusing on affiliate development and support for our Libertarian candidates. We’ll hear from some candidates during the convention sessions.

Don’t miss what promises to be an exciting event Saturday, the U.S. Senate Candidate Forum, featuring Tim D’Annunzio of Raeford and Sean Haugh of Durham, who are seeking the Libertarian nomination.

On May 6, D’Annunzio and Haugh will compete in only the second primary in LPNC history.

The primary business of the convention will be to review the party’s platform and to fill vacancies on the Executive Committee.

Arrive early on Friday and attend the Affiliate Support and Skills Workshops. Subjects will be Nation Builder, Speech Writing and Delivery, Meeting Process, Fund Raising, and Call Fire.

On Saturday at noon, join us for Lunch and Learn with Executive Director Brad Hessel. Brad will talk about start-up funding, LPNC voter data, social media tips, websites, State Board of Elections report filings, email mining and WakeLP’s Pyramid Outreach Project.

In addition to D’Annunzio and Haugh, our other Libertarian candidates in 2014 are: J. Wesley Casteen, U.S. House 7; P.H. Dawkins, state Senate 25; Paul Meinhart, state House 59; Eric Cable, state House 104; Shelby Mood, state House 117; Windy McKinney, Haywood County Commissioner; Jeremy Hussey, Randolph County Commissioner District 4, and; Ginny Godfrey and Richard Evey, both running for Burke County Commissioner.