Chuck Douglas to Speak at LPNH Convention

CONCORD -- The Libertarian Party of New Hampshire will be having their annual convention on October 28 at the Red Blazer Restaurant in Concord. The dinner keynote speaker will be former NH congressman and supreme court justice Chuck Douglas. Mister Douglas has been a leader in promoting the proposed constitutional amendment to limit eminient domain, a goal he shares with Libertarians across the Granite State.

The Luncheon speakers will be Representative Neal Kurk (R-Weare) and Senator Peter Burling (D-Cornish), who gained the respect of many by being leaders in their respective chambers to push for passage of HB1582, to keep New Hampshire out of the federal Real ID program. Both of whom promise to continue their efforts next year.

The afternoon program will feature a forum on homeschooling, lead by long-time homeschoolers and activists. The party's business meeting will feature presentations and Q&A with four presidential hopefuls who will be looking for early delegate support for the 2008 nomination: Mike Gravel, Steve Kubby, Alden Link and George Phillies.

Tickets are still available at www.lpnh.org. Advance purchase is requested for guaranteed seating.