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September 2018 Newsletter

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The San Diego Libertarian Party continues our strategy to becoming the largest and most influential party in San Diego County.  We want to restore individual freedom, expand opportunities, and bring integrity back to the political process in San Diego. California needs the ideas of the Libertarian Party, and San Diego is the place to spread them with our large libertarian leaning demographic.

 

Help us advance the ideals of liberty by becoming a member and supporting candidates that promote limited government and the protection of personal liberty.

 

LAST MONTH

The August North County Supper Club meeting was held on Wednesday, August 8th at 6:30 PM at Tower 13 (2633 S Coast Hwy 101, Cardiff By The Sea CA 92007). All meetings start at 6:30 with an aim for guest speakers to begin at 7:00. Please follow us on social media for announcements on future guest speakers.

 

Executive Committee Meeting was held on Thursday, August 16 at 7 PM at 13300 Alpine Drive in Poway, CA 92064. Susan to provide an upcoming convention date. Mimi is updating the membership rosters. Group and Alan with San Diego Gun Owners Association) are reviewing dates for a possible shooting social in Fall.

 

Don is completing a narrative to publish in the newspaper. Joe posted some ballot arguments against school bonds up for a vote in the upcoming elections with the statement that San Diego Libertarian Party is opposed to assuming vague obligations that will produce a future tax burden. School boards need to get government out of the way and solve their financial issues like a business. Paul is providing an initiative on the ballot for tax credits for education. Please contact [email protected] with questions/comments.

 

The August South County Supper Club meeting was held on Wednesday, August 22 at 6:30 PM. Our featured guest speaker was Tom Scott and the presentation was on protecting yourself from our current legal system. The floor was then opened up to an open forum after the featured presentation. Please follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates on future events to keep our positive momentum going.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

SEPTEMBER 12th

North County Supper Club. We will meet at Tower 13, 2633 S Coast Hwy 101, Cardiff By The Sea CA 92007. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm. Updated details will be posted on our website and Facebook page.

 

SEPTEMBER 20th

Executive Committee Meeting.  Our business meeting is held at 7 PM. The Executive Committee meeting is open to the public at 13300 Alpine Drive in Poway CA 92064.

  

SEPTEMBER 26th

South County Supper Club. Our meeting at the Comedy Palace on September 26thThe meeting starts at 6:30 pm. Updated details will be posted on our website and Facebook page.

 LOCAL ISSUES / ACTION OPPORTUNITIES

 

GAS TAX REPEAL

The CA statewide effort to repeal the gas tax continues through the Yes on Prop 6 - Gas Tax Repeal Initiative campaign. Volunteer opportunities are possible through regional campaign meet-ups, rallies and press conferences, targeted turn-out and persuasion paid media, raise the resources (volunteers and funds). Stay informed, sign up, contribute and RSVP for events at www.GasTaxRepeal.org or email questions to [email protected], or call 619-786-8019. Source: Reform California – Yes on Prop 6, FPPC ID #1268914, PO Box 27227, San Diego CA 92198. 619-786-8019.

 

The next event is September 15th at Redondo Beach, CA from 11AM-1PM. Future event dates: Oct 13 Palm Desert; Oct 17 San Diego, Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley; Oct 18 Long Beach, Orange County; Oct 19 Palm Desert, Riverside and Lancaster.

 

General questions, or questions about donations: [email protected], 619-786-8019

Mail Address: Reform California, PO Box 27227, San Diego CA 92198

Campaign Office for Volunteering (no mail),1560 S Escondido Blvd, Escondido CA 92025

Media Contact: Dave McCulloch, [email protected], 760-717-4100 

CONVENTION OF STATES

Jenna Ellis: The Supreme Court has become a super-legislature, Published in Blog and https://conventionofstates.com/latest on September 04, 2018 by Convention Of States.”

Brett Kavanaugh's nomination hearings [have begun] and conservatives are excited to get yet another judge on the bench. But what happens when the tables turn? The Court was never intended to legislate from the bench, but that's exactly what they've been doing. Rather than jockeying for a five-judge majority, pro-liberty patriots should work to reduce the power of the Court once and for all. In the video, Jenna Ellis explains how a Convention of States can transform SCOTUS from a super-legislature to a constitutionally faithful judicial body.”

 

The Convention of States Project is a "national effort to call a convention under Article V of the United States Constitution, restricted to proposing amendments that will impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit its power and jurisdiction, and impose term limits on its officials and members of Congress." Contact conventionofstates.com website or local District Captain Lou Oberman via [email protected].

 

OUTSIDE SAN DIEGO:

September 8

ORANGE COUNTY

The Quarterly Executive Committee meeting for the Libertarian Party of California will be held in Fountain Valley. All Libertarians are welcome to attend. 10AM-5PM, Location: Mimi’s Café, 18461 Brookhurst St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708. Source: lpoc.org

 

September 8

ORANGE COUNTY

Come meet and greet our 2018 Libertarian candidates after the Executive Committee meeting from 7Pm-10PM. Learn about their platforms. Hear about their campaigns. Participate in a fundraising auction. Location: Claim Jumper Restaurants, 18050 Brookhurst St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708. Snacks, dinner, drinks, and dessert. Sign up for this event at clpcsc.nationbuilder.com/2018_orange_county_candidate_meet_and_greet_fundraiser

 

 

September 12

PASADENA Foothills Libertarian Party meeting at 7PM, Villa Catrina, 251 N Santa Anita Ave, Arcadia, CA, Pasadena Libertarian ...

 

 The Region 63 Foothills Libertarian Party has announced its official ballot initiative positions for the California June 5, 2018 primary election: Opposed to Authorize bonds funding parks, natural resources protection, climate adaptation, water quality and supply, and flood protection.
Opposed to Requirement that certain new transportation revenues be used for transportation purposes.
Opposed to Requirement of legislative supermajority vote approving use of cap-and-trade reserve fund.
Opposed to setting effective date for ballot measures.
Endorsed permitting the legislature to exclude newly constructed rain-capture systems from property-tax reassessment requirement.

We’re just a few weeks away from the election and voters are asking for guidance on the ballot initiatives,” said Angela McArdle, Chair of the Region 63 Libertarian Party of California, and Secretary of the state party. “I hope Californians will cast their votes in a way that gives people more personal and economic freedom.”

 

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Thank you for reading our newsletter.  You can keep up to date with our news and events on our webpage https://sdlp.org and Facebook.

 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Executive Chair –          Brad Richardson

Vice Chair -                    Don DeAngelo

Treasurer –                    Vacant

Secretary –                    Vacant

Membership Chair –       Alan Ritter

Publicity Chair –             Joseph DePaul

Campaigns Chair –         Paul King

Spokesperson-               Vacant

 

STANDING COMMITTEE

Bylaws Chair –              Vacant

Convention Chair –       Vacant

LPC Rep. Chair –          Vacant

Nominating Chair –       Vacant

Political Strategy Chair – Vacant

Speakers Bureau Chair –  Vacant

TV (Social) Media Chair – Vacant

Ways & Means Chair –  Vacant

Newsletter Chair –         Vacant

Website Chair–             Vacant

 

      

 

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