It’s time for all parties in Vermont to reform their town committees. The Vermont Libertarian Party will hold its town caucuses in September with the goal of reorganizing by the end of the month. If you are interested forming a town committee (or reorganizing your town committee) in your town, then email me at [email protected] asap so I can send you the forms you need and the directions.
We hope to be adding some new towns, but we also will be losing some town committees so your help is vital in making sure we can easily put presidential, statewide, and local candidates on the ballot to give Vermonters a choice of lower taxes, less government, and more freedom.
Caucusing is simple to do, but there are some laws that must be followed. For example, you need to provide the chair details of your meeting at least 2 weeks before the meeting and post a notice in two places in your town at least 5 days in advance of your caucus, and if you have more than 3000 people in your town, then the notice must also appear in your local paper.
Chair, Vermont Libertarian Party
Posts written by various volunteers of the Vermont Libertarian Party