The Libertarian Party held the first half of its national convention in late May, and nominated for president and vice-president virtually. It then set a second meeting for July 10-12 in Orlando, Florida, to elect party officers. On Saturday, July 11, it elected a new national chair, Joseph Bishop-Henchman. It also re-elected its Treasurer. It will vote on Sunday for Vice-Chair, Secretary, and national committee, and judicial committee if there is time.
The July convention included virtual delegates voting electronically, but over 300 delegates chose to attend in person. The room for the meeting was exceedingly large, which made social distancing feasible.