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Loyal Ploof Nominated as Libertarian Candidate for Ward 4 City Council

loyal-pic-209x300At our last January Burlington Libertarian Party meeting, Loyal Ploof was nominated as the Libertarian City Council candidate for Ward 4 in Burlington, Vermont. 

Below are some ways to help out with Loyal Ploof’s campaign…

Website, Facebook, Twitter:

His website, facebook and twitter pages are online: http://www.loyalploof.org. Please visit the site and show your support by liking his facebook page, following his twitter account.

Donations:

You can also make a donation from the website. Loyal needs more funds for more yard signs and literature.  Please consider making a donation through:

http://www.loyalploof.org/donate/

yard-sign-300x199Yard Signs:

If you are in Ward 4, Burlington, please volunteer to put up a yard sign as they are in. You can request one from the following page:

http://www.loyalploof.org/blog/298/loyal-ploof-yard-signs-now-available/

The Burlington Libertarian Party has reorganized!

Thank you to everyone who helped out by coming to help us reorganize.

You can now view the new Burlington Libertarian Party executive committee:

http://www.burlingtonlp.org/contact/

Loyal Ploof Campaign for Ward 4 City Council

loyal-pic-209x300At a recent January Burlington Libertarian Party meeting, Loyal Ploof was nominated as the Libertarian City Council candidate for Ward 4 in Burlington, Vermont. Loyal will be running for the council seat held by incumbent Democrat city councilor, Dave Hartnett.

Below are some updates/events for Loyal Ploof’s campaign…

WEBSITE, FACEBOOK, TWITTER:

His website, facebook and twitter pages are online: http://www.loyalploof.org. Please visit the site and show your support by liking his facebook page, following his twitter account.

DONATIONS:

You can also make a donation from the website. Loyal needs more funds for more yard signs and literature.  Please consider making a donation through:

http://www.loyalploof.org/donate/

yard-sign-300x199YARD SIGNS:

If you are in Ward 4, Burlington, please volunteer to put up a yard sign as they are in. You can request one from the following page:

http://www.loyalploof.org/blog/298/loyal-ploof-yard-signs-now-available/

SIGN WAVES:

Loyal will be doing sign waves Tuesdays/Thursdays.  The first sign wave was held on Tuesday, February 18th across from the Ethan Allen Shopping Center next to Leddy Park in Ward 4 from 4-6pm with great support received.

MEET & GREET:

Tuesday, Feb 26th from 8am-10am at the Bagel Café in the Ethan Allen Shopping Center next to Leddy Park in Ward 4, 1127 North Avenue Burlington, VT 05408. Come show your support for Loyal!

State committee meeting – 12/22/7

The Vermont Libertarian Party executive committee has scheduled a state committee meeting for reorganization of the Vermont Libertarian Party. Read the rest of this entry »

Heavenly Ryan Elected Co-Chair of New North End NPA Steering Committee

At the May NPA steering committee meeting, Heavenly Ryan was elected co-chair of the New North End NPA Steering Committee. Read the rest of this entry »

Burlington LP News – April 2006

Featuring Burlington Mayor Bob Kiss Speaks to the BBA, VFW vs. the State, Movie Night: V for Vendetta, New VTLP Blog, and Annual VTLP Convention Read the rest of this entry »

Jeremy Ryan Announces Run for Burlington City Council

Jeremy Ryan announced he is running for city council here in ward 7 of Burlington. He chose to run because he would like to help make some much needed changes to how the city government does business. Read the rest of this entry »

Burlington Libertarian Party Urges Burlington to Not Pursue Rent Control.

The stated purpose of the new rent control resolution proposed by councilors Fiermonte, P-Ward 3 and Ashe, P-Ward 3 is to help fix high rents. While the resolution was written with good intentions, the practice of rent control does not work. The problem is based on simple economics. The supply is less than the demand and you do not fix the supply by attacking it. Read the rest of this entry »

Burlington LP News – October 2005

Moran Plant, a Historical Landmark?, Bar Smokers Shown the Door, Resolutions to Cut Retirement Benefits for City Employees, Resolution Regarding Burlington Property Taxes, and 76-78 Cherry Street Read the rest of this entry »

Commercial Free Schools

There a new group called Citizens for Commercial-Free Schools (CCFS)which is a group of Burlington parents and community members working since Spring 2005 to remove corporate and military advertising from our public schools. Read the rest of this entry »
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