On 11 September, Libertarians from several counties gathered in a rally in St. Cloud to support Dennis Misigoy, Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate.

On the 3rd of September 2022, Ralph Groves, Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Orange County (LPOC), FL, informed his LPOC friends of his intention to run for Congress in 2024. 

 At their 15 August meeting in Orlando, the Libertarian Party of Orange County hosted Mr. J. Mark Barfield to speak on Ranked Choice Voting (RCV).  Libertarians support RCV, an electoral system by which voters rank candidates by preference  on their ballots.

Dear Libertarian Party of Orange County members & Libertarian friends from other counties:

Our usual monthly meeting will occur MONDAY, the 15th of August.

Our NEW venue, the same as where we met in July:

Rockpit Brewing

10 W. Illiana Street

Orlando, FL 32806

407-826-1773

www.rockpitbrewing.com

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

Our speaker will be J. Mark Barfield of the Libertarian Party.  He will speak about Ranked Choice Voting — Ranked-choice voting (RCV) – Ballotpedia


We look forward to seeing you all to promote awareness about Ranked Choice Voting.

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

THANKS.

At their 18th of July 2022 meeting in Orlando, the Libertarians of Orange County hosted Tomas Lares (front, 2nd from right), Founder & President of United Abolitionists against Human Trafficking.

LPOC gang with guest

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.  

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