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David Moran for Governor (West Virginia)

8 Aug
Dear Libertarians,

We are approaching a wonderful opportunity for the Libertarian Party in West Virginia. More and more West Virginians are realizing and expressing their alignment with the principles of Liberty. Our convention on 14 September at the Shoney’s in Flatwoods (I79 Exit 67) will bring these accomplishments to a head.

As we successfully campaigned for ballot access and making the Libertarian Party a legal Principal Party in our State last year, we met with citizens one-by-one, always addressing and answering every question with open and honest responses. I made the decision before running for Governor that I would not worry about those who disagreed with us but rather just tell the truth.

The time is near when West Virginians realize that their representational government has to be built upon “truth” not “empty promises.” We will in the future witness the election of Libertarians in this State, and we are preparing our foundation at this moment.

We will field candidates for federal and state positions in 2014 … many have been announced … many more are encouraged. Please make this year and the next election events for which you make a personal commitment to returning Liberty to West Virginia.

After 150 years, now is the time.


David Moran, Libertarian Candidate for Governor of West Virginia, 2012

Your Libertarian Candidate for the House of Representatives, 2014

West Virginia LP meeting

21 Jan

We have scheduled our first meeting for 2013:

LPWV 1st Quarter Meeting – 2013
Saturday, January 26, 2013
11:00am – 2:00pm
Bridgeport, WV 
Eat-N-Park Banquet Room
Cost: FREE

We will be hosting a full agenda for this meeting which will include:
  • Scheduling the remainder of Events/Meetings for 2013
  • A Recap of the 2012 Elections featuring Gubernatorial Candidate David Moran
  • Membership Drive Planning
  • Fund Raising Drive Planning
  • Overview of Upcoming Elections and Candidates

During the meeting, we will take a break and everyone can order lunch from the menu or buffet (on your own) – we will continue discussions during the meal.

There is no cost for this meeting (except for your food and beverages); however, we ask that you visit the following link to RSVP for this event (including the number of people who will be in your party) to assist us in planning the seating and space requirements.