by Felicity Bosk, 18WQOW.com
EAU CLAIRE (WQOW) - The Libertarian Party of Wisconsin met in Eau Claire on Saturday for their annual convention.
A hundred people gathered in the Lismore's Wilson Hall to discuss the
future of their political party. Member Anna Bughman said they voted on
changes to their constitution and bylaw, and what direction they want
their party to go in. They also discussed ways to grow their party and
held officer elections.
Bughman described Libertarianism as the party of liberty and individual rights, adding about half the people at Saturday's convention were new members of Wisconsin's Libertarian Party.
“Here, today, it looks like a lot of new people, a lot who are becoming educated and excited to go out in their communities and talk about why your individual rights matter," she said.
Speakers at Saturday's convention included 2020 presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen and her vice presidential candidate Spike Cohen. Cohen spoke about how it felt for his name and party to have appeared on the ballot in all 50 states last November...
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