On Saturday, the Republican Liberty Caucus of Indiana took a major step forward by meeting with activists in Marion and Hamilton counties (including Indianapolis) who will become the core group in establishing the first chapter affiliate of the RLCIN — the Central Region.
The officers of the Indiana RLC were extremely impressed with the attendees.
Members in attendance agreed that forming a central region chapter will aid in organizing bringing forth issues to influential members of the GOP at the state capital. There was also hope that the RLC will be in a position to lead a lost and bewildered GOP back to its fundamentals of individual liberty and limited government.
Additionally, critical to the formation of the new chapter is the prospect of recruiting RLC members to run for key offices, such as County Prosecutor or Precinct Committeemen — as well as generating support for candidates who adhere to principles.
A photo from the event follows. The Indiana RLC has also recently established a new website, http://www.inrlc.org/. If you live in Indiana, please become involved today!
RLC Indiana members and activists met on Jan. 24. They included (front row) Sergio Bennett, Steve Keltner, Lisa Kelly, Elisabeth Karlson, RLC Indiana Chair Charlie Kochenash, (back row) Fred Glynn, Abdo Rabadi, Gregg Puls, Steve Pynakker, and Kevin Van Linden (taking the photo).