Minnesota RLC 2011 Convention
Saturday, February 5, 2011 at 2:00 pm
Brookview Community Center (next to the golf course)
200 Brookview Parkway, Golden Valley, MN 55426
2:00pm – Registration Opens
2:30pm – 4:00pm – Convention
4:00pm – 5:00pm – Social Hour with refreshments and appetizers
5:00pm – 6:00pm – Panel Discussion with former and current legislators (TBA)
6:00pm – 6:30pm – Q&A and Wrap-up
The business of the convention shall be to:
1. Nominate and Elect the Board of Directors*
2. Approve any changes to the Bylaws and Rules*
3. Transact other business as may properly come before the convention.
*Members in good standing of the RLCMN, as well as supporters who are in accord with the principles and positions of the RLCMN are invited to unite under this call. To be eligible to vote or seek office at this convention, you must have paid your dues pr ior to the beginning of the Convention.
The cost is $40 per person ($70 per couple) and includes membership, social hour and discussion. Attendance for the social hour and discussion only is available for $25. Checks may be made to RLCMN and mailed to PO Box 14244, St Paul, MN 55114 (preferred method).
Audience participation is requested! Submit your panel discussion topics and questions with your reservation! E-mail us with topics and questions, or for more information.
Triangle Area (North Carolina) RLC Hosts
State Representative-Elect Glen Bradley
Friday, January 21 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm
at Oh’ Mulligans (100 Jerusalem Dr., Morrisville, NC)
The NC GOP State Convention is coming up and we have Precinct Meetings right around the corner (Wake is Feb. 8 at the fairgrounds Kerr Scott Bldg). Now is the time to start recruiting and preparing for the delegate process. We will be electing a new NCGOP State Chair at the State Convention (in Wilmington, NC) this summer. We need a strong presence at this convention and the Precinct Meetings are the first step in the delegate process. If you can’t make it to the Precinct Meeting we can help you get your name on the list to the county and district conventions. We will be going over all of this at the meeting. Becoming a delegate to the State Convention is a must for anyone concerned with the future of our nation. It is extremely easy to become a delegate! You must be registered as a Republican prior to January 31 and we can assist you in registering at this event.
Joining us at this meeting will be State Representative Glen Bradley. Glen was an RLC endorsed candidate who recently got elected to the NC General Assembly representing NC 49 District. He is a huge asset to the liberty movement currently working within the NC GOP. He has a lot to talk with us about in regards to what he is working on and what we need to be doing as a movement within the GOP, i.e. working to reduce government, protect individual liberty, get like minded Republicans elected, and to defend free markets economics.
Utah RLC Monthly Meeting
Please join the Utah RLC Executive Board this Saturday, January 8th, from 1 pm to 3 pm at the Murray Library for our monthly meeting. Your input will be very valuable as the new Congress begins to take charge and the new legislative session proceeds here in Utah. We will also be formulating our state liberty index, so be sure to bring your thinking caps!
The Murray Library is located at 166 East 5300 South in Murray, Utah.
See you there! RSVP on Facebook.