LPWC Annual Business Meeting

The LPWC will be holding our annual business meeting next Wednesday, 2/3 from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Classic Cup Café 4389 Jackson Rd, Ann Arbor. The agenda will include election of officers (Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary & Treasurer), possible changes to our by-laws, reports from all current officers, and any items from our members.

2016 is also a major election year with all county and township offices, many city counsels and mayors offices, state and federal reps and some state and federal senators to be elected. If you (or anyone you know) is interested in running for one of these many offices please let us know.

LPWC will be hosting Pastor Neil Patrick Carrick speaking about Religious Freedom and Marriage Equality

The event will be held on Wed 5/20, 7 pm at the Classic Cup Café, 4389 Jackson Rd. west of Ann Arbor.

Newest copy of the Washtenaw Libertarian available. Go to About Us > Newsletters

LPWC April Meeting with speaker on sales tax ballot proposal

The Libertarian Party of Waswhtenaw County will be hosting Scott Hagerstrom from the Coalition Against Higher Taxes and Special Interest Deals who will be speaking about the upcoming gas/sales tax bills and ballot proposals.

Please join us to hear about this important issue this Wed (4/1) at 7 pm at the Classic Cup Café, 4389 Jackson Rd. west of Ann Arbor.

LPWC March Meeting

Please join us Wed eve at 7 pm at the Classic Cup Café, 4389 Jackson Rd, Ann Arbor. We will be hosting a speaker from the Michigan Fair Tax group.

April SOCIAL Meeting

I’d like to invite you to the Libertarian Party of Washtenaw County April Social meeting!
It will be April 2nd at the Classic Cup Cafe on Jackson Rd in Ann Arbor starting at 7pm.
This meeting will have no official business conducted, it will be purely a social gathering, so bring your feisty Libertarian rants, your cool new liberty thoughts, topics from your favorite blogs, podcasts, or newsletters, or stories from the Libertarian Past!
I hope to see many of you there for this new format!


At tonight’s business meeting the membership and new officers revised the bylaws in a few key ways:

  1. Monthly meetings are now going to be social events, either just a get-together (possibly with a discussion topic planned) or with a speaker or event.
  2. Business of our local affiliate will be conducted by officers between annual member business meetings where new officers will be elected and bylaws can be amended.
  3. Members (at least 6) can call for an off-schedule meeting to recall an officer, revise the bylaws, or question a decision of the officers.
  4. Mission Statement added to bylaws.

We hope that this new direction will allow for more participation from our membership, more flexibility in meeting their demands, and more growth in our support network.

If there’s any topic or event you’d like to see at an upcoming event, please comment on this post or send us an email!