An invitation from Jim Young, Chair of the Libertarian Party of McHenry County:
McHenry Co. Libertarians October 10th meeting–featuring Ray Flavin
I would like to invite you to our next McHenry County Libertarians meeting Tuesday, October 10th
The Libertarian Party has promoted the ideas of peace, prosperity and freedom since 1971.
Unlike the Republican and Democrat Parties which are decreasing in numbers, the Libertarian Party is the fastest growing political party in the US; with new members joining every day!
Our featured guest will be Republican Candidate for 22nd Circuit Court Judge– Ray Flavin.
Mr. Flavin has previously run for office under the Democrat Party, but many of Mr. Flavin’s viewpoints align with libertarian principles.
As Libertarians we welcome all who encourage individual freedom, self responsibility and minimum government.
With efforts of community involvement, education, direct action, and campaigns, the McHenry County Libertarians are spreading libertarian principles throughout McHenry County.
McHenry County Libertarians meet upstairs at:
Goal Line Sports Bar & Grill, 85 Brink St, Crystal Lake
Informal discussion begins at 6:30pm with the business meeting starting at 7:30 pm.
You can find us on Facebook: McHenry County Libertarians.
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.
DemocratIC Party, Jim. It’s called the DEMOCRATIC Party.
It’s not the “Republic” Party, or the “Democrat” Party.
If you want to be respected as a political organization, then treat others with respect.
I thought it was the Demonrat Party.
I’m sorry. It is now the Communist Party.
Isn’t it the Dumbocrats Nick?
The party that has lost more elections in recent history and still sticks with the same lame message of racism and sexism?
Or are we going to call yourselves progressive neo socialist?
Libertarians want more, actually unlimited, Third World immigration into America.
They also feel preborn people have zero human or civil rights.
They are also part of the LGBT agenda.
Just Sayin, the weird thing is the Dems get more votes but still lose the election.
For istance Wisconsin Dems got 125k more votes for the legislature but the Repubs hold 61% of the seats.
Maybe it’s not the message but the apportionment?
Similar situation in Illinois, I believe.
If memory serves me correctly, the Dems got 52% of the state rep votes, but have a much higher percentage of the reps.
Yes, Cal is right.
Both parties gerrymander as viciously as they can, when they can.
The process undermines one person- one vote, but parties and politicians in power care much more about preserving their power.