Thursday, May 25, 2017

Register for our 14th Biennial National Convention in Orlando this Saturday!

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14th Biennial National Convention in Orlando this Saturday

This weekend we're hosting our 14th Biennial National Convention at the Rosen Centre in Orlando!

Featured Speakers:
Tom Woods, Senior Fellow at the Mises Institute
Congressman Ted Yoho (FL-3)
Michael Boldin, Executive Director of the 10th Amendment Center
Cliff Maloney Jr., President of Young Americans for Liberty
Loren Spivack, the Free Market Warrior

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Breakfast: $25
Lunch: $50
Dinner: $75
*Student Registration: $100
Individual Registration: $200

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Even if you prefer to pay at the door, please still register today. If you are paying at the door or paying via check, please select "Payment By Check" when entering a payment method. The deadline to register as a delegate was on 2/26.
Starting at 3PM on Friday the 26th, all Florida delegates and alternates will attend their State Convention where they will elect officers and regional board members, discuss and amend their platform and hear from Michael Boldin of the 10th Amendment Center. Anyone is welcome to view the business meeting. A cocktail reception for all attendees will be hosted at the bar in the main lobby following the business meeting at 6PM.

Starting at 9AM on Saturday the 27th, all attendees are invited to our first event, Breakfast with Congressman Ted Yoho. There will be a Panel Discussion (Liberty in the Media) and a State Officer Roundtable at 10AM and a breakout session (Emerging Issues) at 11AM. Noon Lunch speakers are Cliff Maloney Jr., President of Young Americans for Liberty and Michael Boldin, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the 10th Amendment Center. Following lunch at 1:30PM will be a panel on Impacting State Legislation and a breakout session, Turning Critics into Converts.

The National Convention Business Meeting begins promptly at 2:30PM (don't be late!) where all registered delegates will vote for officers and caucus with each other to strategize and develop solutions for the organization. A cocktail reception will be held at 6PM and the main banquet will begin at 7PM with Loren Spivack the Free Market Warrior and our Keynote Tom Woods, Senior Fellow at the Mises Institute. 

We are so excited to bring everyone together for our 14th annual national convention! We can't wait to rendezvous with fellow RLCers and lovers of liberty from around the country. With the spotlight now fully on the Republican Party, it's our time to shine.
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You read that right! For the first time in YEARS, we have merchandise available online for purchase - and for cheap! There are more products to view in the store, and more to be released in the near future.

Please help support America's lone libertarian Republican non-profit and all-volunteer organization by buying a t-shirt, sticker or one of our signature coffee mugs!
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Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida Chairman Bob White Jumps into Gubernatorial Race

Written by Kevin Derby
GOP activist Bob White, the chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida (RLCF), announced on Monday that he is running for governor in 2018 when Gov. Rick Scott faces term limits. 

White, who also leads Republican Liberty Caucus of Central East Florida (RLCCEF) and the founder of the Liberty Catalyst Fund (LCF) which works "to educate voters on issues of liberty, freedom, constitutional integrity and limited government" and "promote candidates that demonstrate a commitment to these principles and oppose candidates that do not," has been active in recent months, opposing Scott's call for more funding for Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida. In recent years, White has been a vocal champion of campaign finance reform and elections reform. 

"I'm running for Governor because I love Florida. I've been a Floridian since the day I was born. I can't imagine living anywhere else," White wrote in an open letter to Floridians announcing his candidacy. "I grew up in Polk County, in the heart of the Florida citrus industry. As teenagers, we earned our spending money picking fruit, pruning trees, and moving irrigation pipe before and after school. We even worked 'firing' the groves when the temperatures dropped below freezing. As a fourth generation Floridian, some of my fondest childhood memories are of family reunions on the shores of Silver Lake, near Palatka, or at my grandparent's home in Okeechobee.

"To be sure there are places in Florida where that idyllic lifestyle still exists," White continued. "I hope we never lose that part of our heritage. But the reality is that times have changed. Florida is now the third largest state in the nation and is experiencing every advantage and disadvantage that kind of population growth inevitably brings. Growth presents opportunities and challenges. We need a government in Tallahassee that embraces the opportunities and rises to the challenges! Sadly, that's not what we've been getting. I aim to change that.
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