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Indiana's large 1st District contains an active and growing Libertarian network. Election after election, counties within Indiana's 1st District come through with some of the state's highest percentage of votes for Libertarian Party candidates. Voters will have a Libertarian Party choice at municipal, county, state and federal levels.

Even with our growth, we can always use more help. We need new faces running for office. We need support for our candidates. We need increased outreach to the media. We need to recruit more and more members.

As we achieve these goals, we will see the tide turn back toward a smaller government, more respectful of individual liberties, small business and local decision-making.

Join the Libertarian Party of Indiana. Join us in the 1st District.

In liberty,

Michael Sandridge
Libertarian Party of Lake County Chair

P.S. Are you on Face Book? Take a moment to join our group

Meet The New LPLC Chairman - Friday, April 17, 2015

Meet, Michael Sandridge, the newly elected Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Lake County.

Friday, April 17, 2015
at 7:00 Pm.

Sanfratello's Pizza and Bar
9400 Indianapolis Boulevard
Highland, IN 46322

The restaurant is located on the Southwest corner of Indianapolis Blvd. and Hart Road which is the first light north of 45th Street.

Bring your ideas for community outreach, upcoming elections in Lake County, and membership recruitment. Please feel free to invite a friend or co-worker to the meeting as a guest!

Please contact Michael Sandridge, chairman[at]lakelpin[dot]org should you have questions or need further information.

LPLC Annual Business Meeting - Friday, March 20, 2015

The Libertarian Party of Lake County Annual Business Meeting is scheduled for: Friday, March 20th at 7:00 Pm.

Carriage Court Pizza
Upstairs meeting room
211 S. East Street
Crown Point, IN 46307

Please contact Beth Duensing, chair[at]lakelpin[dot]org to request items to be included on the agenda.

A buffet dinner will begin at 7:00 Pm followed by the business meeting. Perch, Broasted Chicken and Mostaccioli will be on the buffet! (donations gratefully accepted)

Proposed Agenda:

1. Call to order

2. Secretary's report: Allen Ray
Approve minutes from December 4th meeting

3. Treasurer's report: Bert Bell

4. Vice Chairs report - Dave Tyssen

5. SCC dist, 1 report - Kevin Van Linden

6. Chairs Report - Beth Duensing

7. Officer Elections -

8. New business -
Future of the website
Delegates to the LPIN convention April 25th.

Following the business meeting a panel discussion will take place about the pro's and con's of an Article V Convention, Convention of the States or Constitutional Convention.

All are welcome to attend. Membership is required to speak and vote during the annual business meeting.

If you would like to participate, you may join the LPIN at the door or online:

Longshoremen shouldn't unload illegal steel imports

U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky is calling for a crackdown on illegal South Korean imports of drill pipe. While I agree we must do something, writing a letter and talking to people just isn't going to get the job done. The time has come for action.

If this is illegal trade, why are the ships allowed to dock at U.S. ports? Why is the illegal steel being unloaded from the ships? We control our ports and can put a stop to this right now!

The ships must be turned away. By allowing these ships to unload their illegal steel, we are condoning the imports.

How many more steel plants must close? How many more steelworkers must lose their jobs before we demand action?

I demand we stop the illegal imports and call upon the longshoremen's union to join the fight and refuse to unload the illegal steel.

- Donna Dunn, Hammond

On The Road To Ground The Drones

Members of Voices For Creative Non-Violence conducts a free presentation and discussion on what is seen as the immoral and illegal nature of the U.S. armed drone assassination program. Learn how this drone program puts you and your family at risk.

FREE to Attend. Lunch included.
Room 300 Wednesday, June 4th at 11:00 Am

Calumet College of Saint Joseph
2400 New York Avenue
Whiting, IN 46394

Meet activists who have dedicated their time and energy to walk all or part of the 160 miles between downtown Chicago and the Battle Creek Michigan Air National Guard in order to publicly protest drones.

The Libertarian Party of Lake County will provide your lunch.

If you would like to participate in the walk please contact Voices at: or by phone: 773-878-3815

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