Still Time To Be A Delegate To The LP National ConventionApril 19, 2012Posted in Blog, News
Dear Friends of Liberty,
There is still time to become a delegate to the National Libertarian Convention for Gov. Gary Johnson.
At its national convention May 3-6 in Las Vegas, the Libertarian Party will nominate its candidate for President of the United States. As you know, Governor Gary Johnson is seeking that nomination – which will be decided by the delegates who are in attendance at the convention.
If Governor Johnson earns the Libertarian nomination at the May convention, he will be on the November ballot in all 50 states, and will give the voters in each of those 50 states an opportunity to vote for a credible, proven and principled alternative to the ‘business-as-usual’ choices offered by the two so-called major parties.
If you want to play an extremely critical role in Governor Johnson’s effort, there is no better way to do so than to become a delegate to the National Libertarian Convention and help insure that he earns the nomination.
As a delegate, you will be an important part of the history we are going to make in 2012!
The specific process for becoming a delegate is really easy! To learn how to go about it, and to get more information about the convention itself, please be in touch with our campaign as soon as possible at GaryJohnson2012.com. May 3 is fast approaching and all delegates must be in place very soon.
We are committed to EARNING the Libertarian nomination. You have a critical role to play in helping Governor Johnson do so. Join us in Las Vegas. Help us make certain that Gary Johnson is well represented – and be alongside the Governor at this key step in the march to November.
As always, your support and friendship are deeply appreciated. We have come a very long way – thanks to you and thousands of other supporters across the country. For the Libertarian nomination, crunch time is approaching, and we are counting on your help. Please go to GaryJohnson2012.com and become a delegate for Governor Johnson.
Gary Johnson 2012