Dayton to host Presidential Townhall

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dayton, Ohio – The best way a voter can exercise their Democratic right is by being as well-informed as possible. Candidate accessibility is key to this, especially if individuals have specific issues and questions they would like to discuss. The Libertarian Party of Ohio would like to invite the public to do just that […]

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Dayton to host Presidential Flotilla

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dayton, Ohio – Members of the Libertarian Party of Ohio are inviting the public to a Presidential KaBrew Flotilla. The event will take place on September 22, 2019, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Boaters will launch from Morgan’s Canoe Livery located at 6262 Gilmour Road, Morrow, OH 45152.  Participants will kayak approximately six miles

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Presidential KaBrew Flotilla

A Presidential KaBrew Flotilla will be leaving from Morgan’s Riverside Campground & Cabins down the Little Miami River for a 6 mile Ride. What makes it Presidential? Well, you’d be headed downstream with some of our Libertarian Presidential Candidates that will be in town for the Dayton Presidential Townhall on the 23rd. So come join

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Southwest Regional Picnic

We will be having the typical cook out and the LPO will provide the meats/buns/condiments. Tickets will be $20 unless you bring a side. In that case your ticket will be $15 – be sure to use coupon code 45VDESUB to claim your discount. Children under 10 get in for free and children older than

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Current party leaders rejoice in “freedom of voter choice.”

COLUMBUS, Ohio– For the first time since the 2014 elections Ohio voters will be able to request a Libertarian ballot at the 2020 primary polls. This is a testament to the party’s growth here in Ohio as well as across the country. Current committee executive chair, Harold Thomas, said he is looking forward to “giving

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