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Friday, December 4, 2009

LPCA ExCom Mtg + Candidate Training Sat/Sun in Sacramento


From a Dec. 2 email from the Libertarian Party of California:

California's LP presents a day of candidate training for our Libertarian candidates Sunday, December 6th, in downtown Sacramento.

Candidates for public office plus their campaign staff should bring their questions and learn from experts. Get the complete Libertarian perspective about California's most pressing issues -- vital knowledge for creating effective sound bites -- plus all the do's and don'ts of campaigning in California.

Make a weekend of it! Be our guest at Saturday's Executive Committee meeting. Watch your elected officers tackle our end-of-year business and prepare for the Party's annual convention of delegates in Long Beach next February.

BONUS! Join your California LP Executive Committee at Sacramento's Fortune House Seafood Restaurant for on-your-own dinner in one of the private dining rooms. It'll be a great way to wrap up the final Executive Committee meeting for this year, so just ask for the Libertarian Party when you arrive.

To attend any or all of these events, please call Beau Cain at 818-782-8400, or e-mail him at office@ca.lp.org. Let's get our candidates' campaigns rolling before the election year begins!

Executive Committee Meeting
December 5, 2009
10:00AM-5:00PM
Comstock Apartments
1725 K Street
Sacramento, California 95811

Dinner with the Executive Committee
Fortune House Seafood Restaurant
6:30 p.m.
1211 Broadway
Sacramento, California 95818

Candidate Training
December 6, 2009
10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Comstock Apartments
1725 K Street
Sacramento, California 95811

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