This May in Evansville, Hoosier delegates to the Libertarian Party of Indiana convention will gather to conduct business, learn, elect, organize, and win!.
The convention is being held at the Tropicana Executive Conference Center, 450 NW Riverside Dr., Evansville, IN 47708.
EVENT & SPEAKER INFORMATION
Friday, May 5, 2017
Kick off the 2017 Libertarian Party of Indiana State Convention with a cash bar and special treats provided by the Libertarian party of Vanderburgh County.
Saturday, May 6, 2017
Arvin Vohra is the current Vice Chairman on the Libertarian Party National Committee. Arvin ran for US Senate in Maryland in 2016 and hosts the Libertarians Working for You radio program. He studied mathematics and economics at Brown University and owns his own educational business.
Mr. Vohra will also be holding a Candidate Training Workshop later in the day, Saturday.
Saturday Convention Speakers
Paul Charchian: Online Gaming and Government Regulations
Paul Charchian of leaguesafe.com is a fantasy sports entrepreneur and radio personality from Plymouth, Minnesota.
Senator Laura Ebke: Being All In For Liberty
Senator Laura Ebke was elected to the Nebraska legislature in 2014 and represents Legislative District 32. In June 2016 she switched her political affiliation from Republican to Libertarian. She said at the time “I got frustrated with some of my colleagues who don’t recognize civil liberties and don’t seem to agree with getting government out of people’s business.”
Senator Ebke will be the Speaker during the Convention Banquet Saturday night.
Gretchin Irons: Branding Through Non-Traditional Media
Gretchin Irons is an Evansville Media Icon. She is the Entertainment insider for 44News This Morning and the Host|Creator|Writer at The Best Day Ever, LLC. Gretchin has built her career upon moving a brand through non-traditional media.
Kevin McCormick: Saturday Lunch Motivational
Kevin McCormick was a 2016 Libertarian Party presidential candidate. He also ran for Arizona House District 15 as a Libertarian. He lives in Phoenix and works for VMware AirWatch.
Sunday, May 7, 2017
1994 Society Breakfast
Nick Taiber is a City Councilman At Large in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
The 1994 Society Breakfast is a free breakfast for members of the 1994 Society. These members are the life-blood, sustaining, members of the Libertarian Party of Indiana. To become a 1994 Member, one must donate a minimum of $10 per month to the LPIN.
Convention Package Information
|Standard Convention Package||Entrance to the Friday evening reception. All speakers, workshops, business meeting, and lunch and dinner on Saturday.||$129|
|Saturday Only Package||All speakers, workshops, business meeting, and lunch and dinner on Saturday.||$99|
|Student Package||Available only to full-time students with student identification. Entrance to the Friday evening events. All speakers, workshops and lunch and dinner on Saturday.||$59|
|Saturday Dinner Package||Saturday evening banquet and entertainment.||$49|
|Business Meeting Only||Attendance to the business meeting only.||$0|
MEMBERSHIP: To guarantee your status as a delegate to the convention, including voting rights, you must be a member of the LPIN in good standing by March 31, 2017. Membership dues are $25 annually to either the Libertarian National Committee or the Libertarian Party of Indiana or a minimum $10/monthly through the 1994 Society Sustaining Member program. To confirm membership, please consult with your district representative or email Joe Hauptmann at email@example.com. Convention registration fees do not count toward membership.
DELEGATE STATUS: Affiliated county delegates to the LPIN Convention and Business Meeting are selected at county conventions. Check with your county chairman for the dates of your local convention. In unaffiliated counties, delegates are seated by voting delegates as the first item of business at the convention. For more information email Joe Hauptmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PAYMENT BY CHECK: If you prefer to register by check, contact Joe Hauptmann at 317-920-1994 or by email at email@example.com.
Convention Vendor Information
|Packages||The package includes:||Price|
|Please send inquiries directly to Rodney Benker, LPIN Vice Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org – Thank You|
|Table Space||Fractional usage of a Vendor Table at the event. Rates are for Quarter, Half and Full Tables.||$20
|1.875 in. wide by 5 in. tall, color ad in the Convention Program||$20|
|2.5 in. tall by 3.875 in. wide, color ad in the Convention Program||$20|
|Quarter Page Ad||3.875 in. wide by 5 in. tall, color ad in the Convention Program||$30|
|Half Page Ad||8 in. wide by 5 in. tall, color ad in the Convention Program||$50|
|Full Page Ad||8 in. wide by 10.5 in. tall, color ad in the Convention Program||$80|
Tropicana Executive Conference Center
450 NW Riverside Dr., Evansville, IN 47708
|Rates||Amenities and Surrounding Area|
|Convention Room Rate: $109.00||
Tropicana Executive Conference Center is a $212 million entertainment complex, located on the scenic banks of the Ohio River, in southwestern… Indiana. It includes a 2,700-passenger riverboat casino featuring over 1,000 slot games and 40 table games, including a dedicated poker room. Accommodations include the Tropicana Evansville Hotel with 243 Standard Rooms and 10 Suites and the Le Merigot boutique hotel with 91 Standard Rooms and 5 Suites. Additional features include a conference center, riverfront pavilion, entertainment district, and a 1,660-vehicle attached parking garage. The property showcases nine dining options, eleven bars and nightclubs and a gift shop.
|Attendees staying overnight, should make a reservation directly with the Tropicana Executive Conference Center. Rooms are limited and discounted group room rates are first come, first serve. Mention “The Libertarian Party of Indiana” and the group code below to secure the discounted hotel rate. Address: Tropicana Executive Conference Center, 450 NW Riverside Dr., Evansville, IN 47708
Convention Notices & Rules
|Standing Rules Coming Soon||Convention Agenda Coming Soon|
Legal: Paid for and authorized by the Libertarian Party of Indiana, Joseph Hauptmann, Chair, 1111 E. 54th Street, Suite 158, Indianapolis, Indiana 46220. This is not authorized by any federal candidate or candidate’s committee. Contributions to the LPIN are not tax deductible as charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes. There are state and federal laws requiring political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for contributions. Your contribution will be used in connection with federal elections and is subject to the limitations and prohibitions of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Contributions from foreign nationals are prohibited.