February 14-17, 2020
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Los Angeles
6161 West Centinela Avenue
Culver City, California
The 2020 convention in California will be a very exciting one! We will be hosting a debate between qualified presidential candidates. To be included in the debate a candidate for President of the United States must be in attendance at the convention during the evening of the debate (Saturday, February 15, 2020) and must receive 15% of returned delegate tokens. We urge Libertarians to attend the convention, choose the candidate you most want to see in the debates, and support her or him by giving them your POTUS Debate Token. We look forward to having the best candidate debate running up to the Libertarian National Convention in Austin, Texas!
Tables will be available for purchase for organizations, groups, and candidates. For further information on purchasing a table at the convention, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We look forward to celebrating with you in Los Angeles for the 2020 LPC Convention!
National Convention Delegates
The 2020 Libertarian National Convention in Austin, Texas will be held May 21-25, 2020. At the Convention we will be electing our President and Vice-President nominees as well as the National Chair, members of the LNC, and amending the national Platform and Bylaws. The Libertarian Party of California (LPC) will have delegates assigned to our state (the exact number will be announced soon) and we encourage active LPC Members that wish to fill these positions and be seated as delegates at the National Convention to complete this form showing their intention to serve.
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Cara Schulz is a sitting City Council member in a major metropolitan area and the Candidate Recruiter for the Libertarian Party. In addition to Chairing the Gary Johnson campaign for Minnesota (2012 and 2016) she has worked on several winning campaigns, including helping a fellow Libertarian win his seat and join her on Burnsville’s City Council in 2018.