On Saturday, January 15 at the Ramada Celebration Resort & Conference Center in Kissimmee, FL, members of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida and other interested parties will gather for the biennial RLCFL Convention. The day will begin with meetings and reports from leadership around the state, culminating in the Annual Meeting and election of new officers. Once all of the work is finished, the Gala will occur at 7pm.
In addition to electing new leadership for the Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida, delegates will also hear from Republican State Senate President Mike Haridopolos. Senate President Haridopolos announced in November that he would live up to his promise to push TABOR in the 2011 session. He said he will explain the TABOR idea as he envisions it, discuss his strategy for implementing it in 2011, its prospects in the current political environment and how the RLC can help make it happen.
To register for the convention, click here. To become a candidate for a seat on the RLCFL state board, click here. See you in Orlando!
The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) works from within the Republican Party to return the party to its Jeffersonian roots. The RLC seeks to restore liberty, not restrict it; shrink government, not expand it; reduce taxes, not raise them; abolish programs, not create them; promote the freedom and independence of citizens, not the interference of government in their lives; and observe the limited, enumerated powers of the United States Constitution.
Senator Haridopolos (pictured) first addressed the RLC at our 2006 National Convention in Orlando, Florida.