Liberty Political Action Conference

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Liberty Political Action Conference
Liberty Political Action Conference logo.png
The 2013 logo.
Status Active
Genre Political
Venue Westfields Marriott (2012 - present)
Grand Sierra Resort (2011)
Location(s) Chantilly, Virginia (2012 - present)
Reno, Nevada (2011)
Country United States
Inaugurated 2011
Attendance Around 1,000
Organized by Campaign for Liberty
Filing status Non-profit
Website
www.lpac.com

The Liberty Political Action Conference (LPAC) is an annual political conference attended by conservative and libertarian activists and elected officials from across the United States. The conference has been held since 2011, in various locations.

LPAC is hosted by Campaign for Liberty, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit that is currently chaired by former Congressman Ron Paul of Texas.

History[edit]

The first Liberty Political Action Conference took place prior to the 2012 Republican primary season from September 15-17, 2011 in Reno, Nevada. Speakers at the conference included Ron Paul, Senators Rand Paul and Mike Lee, Congressman Steve Stockman, actors Vince Vaughn and Jerry Doyle, Chuck Baldwin, and Debra Medina, among others.[1]

The second LPAC took place following the 2012 Republican primary season, from September 13-15, 2012, and prior to the 2012 presidential election in Chantilly, Virginia outside of Washington, D.C.. Speakers at the conference included Ron Paul, Senators Rand Paul, Mike Lee, Jim DeMint and Ted Cruz, Congressman Justin Amash and Scott Garrett, actor Jerry Doyle, Mallory Factor, and Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, among others.[2]

The third LPAC conference will again take place in Chantilly, Virginia, from September 19-22, 2013.

Locations[edit]

Hosting city Attendees Date Hosting venue
1 Reno, Nevada 700 September 15 – 17, 2011 Grand Sierra Resort
2 Chantilly, Virginia September 13 – 15, 2012 Westfields Marriott
3 Chantilly, Virginia September 19 – 22, 2013 Westfields Marriott

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Join JBS at LPAC 2011 in Reno, Sept. 15-17". John Birch Society. 2011-09-06. Retrieved 2013-04-05. 
  2. ^ "LPAC 2012 Heats Up". Independent American Party. 2012-08-21. Retrieved 2013-04-05. 

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