On 16 July 2022, Orange County Libertarians & friends rallied in Orlando against human trafficking.
At their 21st of June meeting in Orlando, the Libertarian Party of Orange County (LPOC) hosted Dennis Misigoy as their speaker. Mr. Misigoy, pictured in the center of this photo, is the Libertarian Party candidate for U.S. Senate. He spoke about economic matters, such as the Federal Government’s need to balance its budget, and foreign matters, such as future U.S. avoidance of entanglements in wars overseas. The LPOC will support Mr. Misigoy’s campaign.
Dear Libertarian Party of Orange County members & Libertarian friends from other counties:
Our usual monthly meeting will occur next TUESDAY, the 21st of June.
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 Dennis Misigoyof the Libertarian Party, who seeks election to the U.S. Senate to represent Florida. He will run in the Libertarian primary scheduled for the 23rd of August 2022. Dennis Misigoy – Ballotpedia Dennis Misigoy for US Senate (FL)
Caption can be: Orange County Libertarians came to Governor DeSantis’ appearance at the Plaza Live during Dave Rubin’s show to encourage more freedom in the state of Florida.
On 26 April, Libertarian Party of Orange County members gathered at the Orange County Public Schools Headquarters in Orlando to support parental rights in education.
Florida State Representative Anna Eskamani (standing, center), Democrat, 47th District (that includes Orange County), spoke at the 17 May meeting of the Libertarian Party of Orange County (LPOC). She gave thoughtful consideration to Libertarian points of view. The LPOC is pleased to have access to government officials of all parties.
Libertarians from various counties and other freedom fighter groups including the constitutional party and the Florida Freedom Hub, joined together to rally for freedom outside Busch Gardens on Saturday May 7th! Then we went inside for a day of family fun!
Orange County Libertarian activist Isabel Sam (front row, third from left) rallied with other Second Amendment supporters in Tallahassee, April 20, 2022.