Dear Libertarian Party of Orange County & Libertarian friends from other counties:
Our usual monthly meeting will occur next TUESDAY, the 19th of April.

Our venue:
1301 Atlanta Ave.
Orlando, FL 32806
Contact (407) 872-1117

Meet & greet will occur at 6:00 p.m.  The meeting will start at 6:30. 

Our speaker will be one of our own: Isabel Sam.  She will present plans for Libertarian rallies in May and distribute signs & flyers for those rallies.   In addition, she will give details of a party on the 5th of November.

When you come to our meeting, please bring your friends to boost our membership.

Libertarian Party of Orange County:

Annual Officer Elections

We will be meeting on November 17th, 2020 at the Orlando Brewing at 1301 Atlanta Ave, Orlando, Fl 32806

Join us for a meet and greet starting at 6PM followed by our business meeting at 6:30PM.

All are welcome to the social and to attend the Business Meeting which will follow.

Ralph Groves, LPOC Chairman, with daughter Katie, Winter Garden, Orange County.
Ralph Groves’ daughter and niece, Winter Garden.

Libertarian Party of Orange County will hold its May business meeting at a new temporary location and time:

Come join us for our May 2020 Business Meeting at the Winter Garden Pizza Company.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our meeting has temporarily changed locations.

We will be meeting on May 19th, 2020 at the Winter Garden Pizza Company, 42 W Plant St, Winter Garden, Fl 34787.

IMPORTANT: Our meeting will be starting early this month at 6pm. The Libertarian National Committee Region 2 Caucus will occur electronically during our business meeting. The Caucus is called to choose our Region 2 Representative and Alternate for the next two years. Our business meeting will occur around the caucus so we can participate together.

It’s time to Reopen Florida

Floridians call for an end to DeSantis’ Shutdown

A growing number of responsible Floridians will join together to call for an end to the Gov. Ron DeSantis mandated damage to the Florida economy. The first of these events is in Orlando tomorrow seeking to let Orange County and lawmakers statewide know that the people have had enough and they want to go back to work. We expect more to follow as Americans come to realize the irresponsible “cure” is already worse than the “illness” for most.

In a recent open letter to DeSantis, Re-Open Florida: Orange County organizer Tara Hill wrote “Governor DeSantis, your constituents are emphatically compelling you to honor your oath to uphold The Constitution of the United States of America and re-open Florida so that we may not only preserve the lives of Floridians, but so we may preserve our right to liberty and the pursuit of happiness as well.”

The Libertarian Party of Florida, since it was founded in 1974, supports the free will of every person to make responsible choices for themselves and on behalf of those around them. If being responsible means social distancing and wearing masks and gloves to protect ourselves and others, we encourage it based on medical evidence. But personal security does not mean shutting down our economy. Summarily closing society: businesses, schools, free commerce, will produce damage to our society long after the medical concerns have been addressed. A growing number of businesses are permanently shuttering, their owners and employees joining the millions already left to fend for themselves in this dystopian landscape mandated by President Trump, DeSantis and most governors. Billions of illusionary dollars in “stimulus checks” will do nothing to replenish the damage done.

We encourage each of you to join together with your fellow freedom friends and let Orange County, Florida and the world know enough is enough. Let us be responsible again.

In Orlando, the rally will be in front of the Orange County Administration Building, 201 S Rosalind Ave, from 3:30 pm to 5 pm.

For more information, please see Re-Open Florida: Orange County’s Facebook page: Re-Open Florida: Orange County

** This event is not hosted by the Libertarian Party of Orange County. Please check out the host’s event page for full information.