of the Nassau County Libertarian Party
Regular, Monthly Meetings - The NCLP meets monthly, on the second Thursday of the month at 8 PM in the Landmark Diner at 1027 Northern Boulevard, near Searingtown Road (LIE exit 36), in Roslyn. Members need to join our e-mail list in order to receive periodic reminders. Notification of any changes to meeting dates or times, as well as weather-related cancellations, will be sent by e-mail only. Scroll down to the "contact us" box to sign up. Here is a calendar file with a map.
Annual Convention - NCLP members are entitled to attend. See the NCLP bylaws (posted below) for specific details regarding membership and voting.
Important Note - Due to the coronavirus, we will conduct the April 2020 meeting online. This is expected to be a one time only change. We will use Free Conference Call (freeconferencecall.com). Please go to that site, download the software and familiarize yourself with it. All current NCLP members and enrolled Libertarian party members are entitled to attend the meeting. E-mail staff [AT] nassaulibertarian [DOT] org for a link to the online meeting. We will verify your status and e-mail the link to you within a few days of the scheduled date, which is Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 8 PM (Eastern Time)
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Diane Madden - Supervisor, Town of Hempstead
David Redmond - Supervisor, Town of North Hempstead
Blay Tarnoff - Nassau County Legislator, 11th District
Chris Garvey - Justice of the NYS Supreme Court
Gary Donoyan - Council Member, Town of North Hempstead, 6th District
Nassau County District Attorney's Debate
October 15, 2019
Frank McQuade interview
Town of Hempstead Supervisor's Debate
October 10, 2019
Diane Madden interview
NCLP Press Conference
September 10, 2019
Candidates Night - Nassau County Legislature
includes Blay Tarnoff
October 17, 2019
Before You Go
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Donations of $99 or less are not itemized. We can't change Nassau County without you.