The Libertarian Party of Ulster County will be holding its annual convention on Saturday, February 27, 2021 (snow date: February 28, 2021), starting at 12:30pm and lasting until business is concluded – no later that 4:30pm – at the Plaza Diner, 271 Main Street (Route 299), New Paltz, NY.  This convention is open to all Libertarian Party enrollees residing in Ulster County, New York and is being held pursuant to the Libertarian Party of New York Rules adopted at its State Committee Meeting in September 2020.

The purposes of the convention are to adopt rules and elect officers and delegates to our county’s election districts which will allow us to build an effective and responsible structure that will give a stronger political voice to all friends of Liberty in Ulster County. If you would like to take a more active role in your Ulster County Libertarian affiliate, please join us!

The proposed amendments are as follows:

  • Delete 1.1.2 and 1.1.3
  • In 1.1.3, change “name” to “designation.”
  • Delete 7.4 and replace it with “The full county committee, whether directly or by enabling resolution, may appoint a subcommittee or local committee to advise and make recommendations to the full county committee with respect to the making of designations, nominations, authorizations, or endorsements referenced in 7.1.”
  • Delete 7.4 completely.
  • In 11., change the number of days from 30 to 20.
  • In 11., change “rules for the County Committee” to “rules for this organization.”

Please call (845) 481-0667 or email if you have any questions. You can also find us on Facebook. If you would like to propose an amendment and have it available for review on our website, please email it no later than February 20. If you wish to be provided with a Zoom link to attend the convention remotely, please contact us and provide an email address no later than February 20. Likewise, if you wish to confirm in advance whether the convention has been postponed to the snow date, please contact us per the above.

Convention was last modified: February 24th, 2021 by Cipriana Costello