Convention Selects Delegates and Alternates to National Convention

Convention Selects Delegates and Alternates to National Convention

Chair Bill Hall adjusts microphone for Emily Salvette

Chair Bill Hall adjusts microphone for Emily Salvette. Photo by Jess Mears

By Emily Salvette, Secretary

Bath, MI – At the March 10 Libertarian Party of Michigan (LPM) convention in Bath Township, 35 delegates and 14 alternates were elected to represent Michigan at the Libertarian Party’s upcoming national convention July 1-3. State Chair Bill Hall is an automatic delegate per our Bylaws and will lead the delegation of 36 in New Orleans.

Fourteen alternates were also elected and ranked by number of votes received.

Bob Broda has already moved up to a delegate spot as Ken Proctor finds he cannot attend the national convention. Delegates, please contact the LPM secretary right away if your plans change and you cannot go to New Orleans.

Alternate Vacancies Available

If you are an LPM member, weren’t on the ballot at the convention and would like the Libertarian Executive Committee (LEC) to consider naming you as an alternate, please advise me at secretary@michiganlp.org.

You don’t have to be a delegate or alternate to attend the national LP convention. There are many educational and networking opportunities outside the business sessions that Libertarians can enjoy. And, of course, there’s much to enjoy in New Orleans! More information can be found at www.libertarianconvention.org.

More details about the convention are in this article.

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