Vermonters for Liberty
2015 Annual Meeting

 

Please join us!

We are holding another Vermonters for Liberty annual meeting on January 24, 2015, at the statehouse in Montpelier.

You will hear speakers in the House chamber on topics likely to come up this year in the legislature, plus ideas for the future, like alternative voting systems, and how cryptocurrency can bring about more economic freedom. We are proud to feature Paul Dame, a V4L friend who, on his second attempt, won election to the State House in November of 2014, and is taking his liberty agenda to Montpelier.

We are including a 20-minute breakout session by county in the House chamber before lunch so you can get to know your liberty-loving neighbors and make plans to follow up after the meeting. After the breakout session, we'll move to the state house cafeteria for a potluck/BYO lunch. We'll have our traditional "soapbox" period, when anyone can have a few minutes before the crowd to present what's on their mind.

It would be great to have a liberty-oriented band rocking under the golden dome again, but to keep the ticket prices down, we'll need donations for any extras -- like sound equipment lent for the afternoon, and a band who wants to volunteer their time for liberty. Please let us know if you are interested in providing these.

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Tickets are only $10 per person, or $5 for students.

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The Vermonters for Liberty Annual Meeting will be held January 24, 2015 in Montpelier, Vermont

Location: Vermont Statehouse
115 State Street, Montpelier, VT
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Time: Saturday, January 24, from 11am to 3pm

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The Vermonters for Liberty annual meeting is a gathering in the oldest legislative chamber in its original condition in the country, which reminds us of the tradition of independence that inspired the founding of our country, and our early Republic of Vermont. It's a time to check the path the Green Mountain State is on today, and see how it could be more aligned with personal freedom and responsibility.

If the spirit of liberty should vanish in other parts of the Union, and support of our institutions should languish, it could all be replenished from the generous store held by the people of this brave little state of Vermont.
-- Calvin Coolidge, native Vermonter.

We welcome our friends elsewhere in the region to join us for the day, too, to build communication networks for cooperation across borders, and to share ideas that have worked elsewhere for positive change.