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Special Central Committee Meeting June 7

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Subject:  Special Central Committee Meeting

Date/Time:  June 7, 2018 (Thursday), 7:00 pm

What:  Libertarian Party of Maryland Central Committee meeting

Location:  3213 Patmor Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117 (Robert Glaser’s home)

Agenda:  Candidate nominations for public office

Note:  MdLP dues expired earlier this year for some recipients of this email.  Your membership status must be current to retain voting ability in the Central Committee.  You can make payment at this meeting.

Attendance:  If you cannot attend, please send in a proxy designating another member of the Central Committee as agent, granting that agent the power to vote in the Central Committee.  Sign and date the statement.  Mail it to the above address or provide it to your designated agent.  Fax or scanned (a smartphone picture also works) proxies via email to email hidden; JavaScript is required also okay. 410-363-6626

Parking is challenging along the semicircular driveway, so just pull all the way forward and we’ll have to leave FIFO.  If the ground is dry you can park partly on the grass along the road itself and halfway off of the driveway to let others exit around your car.  Please walk around the left side of the house to the rear downstairs entranceway.

Directions from I-695 to 3213 Patmor Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117

1: Take the MD-140/REISTERSTOWN RD. exit, number 20, north

2: Keep RIGHT at the fork in the ramp if leaving westbound 695;    or turn left at urban diamond if leaving eastbound 695.

3: Merge onto REISTERSTOWN RD. for 1.1 mile

4: DO NOT turn right onto CRADDOCK LN.    Turn right at the seventh traffic light onto GREENSPRING VALLEY RD.

5: at stop sign, turn left onto GARRISON FOREST RD. for 1.1 miles

6: at stop sign, Turn RIGHT onto CAVES RD. for 0.1 miles

7: at SPRINKLE LN. and mailboxes on right, veer slight RIGHT uphill    onto PATMOR RD. for 0.2 miles 8: 3213 on right, blue reflectors, and LED address sign

From the Reisterstown direction:

1: Go south on Reisterstown Road.

2: Go straight at the traffic signal at Painters Mill Road.

3: Pass the divider lane wall at St. Thomas Lane, in between re-opened    Krispy Kreme and Popeye’s:  can no longer turn left here, across from Wegman’s

4: Turn left at the next traffic signal into Garrison View Rd.

5: Turn left at Woodkey Ln.

6: Turn right onto St. Thomas Lane.

7: Proceed to the dead end and turn right onto Garrison Forest Rd.

8: Go down the hill to stop sign; turn left onto Caves Rd. for 0.1 miles

9: Follow steps #7 & #8 above.

From the Owings Mills Metro stop:

1: turn left onto Painters Mill Rd.

2: turn right at Reisterstown Rd. and follow from step #3  immediately above. or,

1: take Owings Mills Blvd. towards Reisterstown Road.

2: turn right onto Reisterstown Road and follow “From the Reisterstown direction” instructions.

General Assembly session begins next Wednesday

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md-state-houseThe General Assembly session will begin next Wednesday, January 11, and last for 90 days.

The Maryland Libertarian Party will again be working with legislators and advocacy groups to advance pro-freedom legislation.

If you would like to get involved, contact Maryland LP vice chair Eric Blitz at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

 

2016 Holiday Party

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The annual holiday party of the Libertarian Party of Maryland will be held on Friday, December 2nd, from 6:30 to “whenever” pm. It is open to the public. Please join us!
The party will be held at Stu Simms house at 11614 Arden Court, Laurel, MD 20723. The event is pot luck, so please bring a fresh food item. Juice, soda, and water will be provided. BYOB.
 As a courtesy, please RSVP to Stu at email hidden; JavaScript is required.

2016 Election Night Party!

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Libertarian volunteers, candidates, and supporters: please join us for an election night party to watch the returns, socialize, and celebrate the rising tide of libertarianism. Free admission, free appetizers sponsored by the state party, and a cash bar will be available. The party will be held at Tubby’s Diner and Liquors at 5701 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel, Maryland 20707, from 8 p.m. to midnight.

We will have a big screen TV for the returns and there is wifi for internet updates.

So that we can get an accurate count for planning, please RSVP to email hidden; JavaScript is required

Localized Driving Instructions:

From 29 North: Take MD- Rt.198E Tubby’s will be less than 2 miles down, on your right!

From 29 South: Take MD- Rt.198E Exit. Go straight through circle. Turn left on 198E. Tubby’s will be less than 2 miles down, on your right!

From 95 North/South: Take MD- Rt.198W Tubby’s will be less than 2 miles down, on the left hand side of the road!

Leo Wayne Dymowksi-Fundraiser for Judicial Campaign

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Leo DymowskiLeo Wayne Dymowski, the 2014 Libertarian candidate for Attorney General (as well as other prior libertarian campaigns), is the current nominee of the Libertarian Party of Maryland for Judge of the Baltimore County Circuit Court. Leo was a successful trial lawyer who now serves as hearing officer for the Maryland Parole Commission and would make an excellent judge in Baltimore County.

You can stay in touch with Leo’s campaign on his Facebook or his website.

Leo will be holding a fundraiser on Wednesday, October 5, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Seasoned Mariner in Dundalk (601 Wise Avenue, Dundalk, MD 21222). The suggested minimum is $50. If you have questions or want to help Leo with his campaign, you can reach him at email hidden; JavaScript is required or 410-282-5808.

LNC Chair Debate Tonight!

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There will be a debate tonight, Wednesday, May 4, among the candidates running for chair of the Libertarian National Committee.

The debate is being hosted by the 1787 Network and Liberty Underground show, and will take place from 9 pm to 11 pm ET. This will be done over Google Hangouts and stream live on the 1787 Network YouTube channel.

Greg Bowen will be hosting and all four candidates, Nicholas Sarwark, Brett Pojunis, Mark Rutherford, and Charles Peralo, will be participating.

Libertarian Doug McNeil Dies

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It is with great sadness that we report that Doug McNeil, a long time Libertarian and tireless advocate for improved ballot access and libertarian ideals, passed away on April 2, 2016. Doug was running for Mayor of Baltimore as the Libertarian candidate. A more detailed article about Doug and his impact in Maryland politics will be forthcoming.

Doug passed away from cancer and his death was noted by Richard Winger’s Ballot Access News.  We offer our sincere and heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.