Liberty-minded Ohio Republicans are invited to attend the Ohio Republican Liberty Caucus Convention on Saturday, September 24th in Columbus. Top leaders from all over Ohio will be in attendance – Republicans who believe that Ohio should be a state that stands on Constitutional and free market principles
The 2016 RLCOH Bi-Annual Convention will consist of two parts: The morning sessions, and an afternoon business session
The morning session will include captivating speeches and educational panels. The first panel, “What can citizens do in the fight for a better Ohio?” will look at activism and what works to make a change at a local and state level. Panelists include; Garrett Kehr, Ohio President, Young Americans for Liberty, Maurice Thompson, Executive Director of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law, Tom Zawistowski, President of the We the People Convention, President of the Portage County TEA Party and former Chair of the Ohio Liberty Coalition and will be led by Bill Yarbrough, Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Ohio.
The second panel, “Liberty in the Legislature” will look at bills in Ohio’s General Assembly and politics in the State of Ohio that have moved us closer or farther away from Liberty. Panelists include; State Senator Kris Jordan, Former State Rep John Adams, State Rep Ron Hood, State Rep John Becker, and State Rep Tom Brinkman and will be led by Michael Newbern, Chair of the RLCOH Legislative Affairs Committee.
Our keynote address will be given by the newest member of the United States House of Representatives, Warren Davidson. Congressman Davidson replaced Speaker John Boehner in Ohio’s 8th Congressional District. Warren has committed himself to the oath that his has taken, “to serve, protect and defend the Constitution”. His votes on protecting the 4thAmendment and against the Puerto Rico bailout has made him an early standout in the Liberty movement at the federal level.
Paying members of the Republican Liberty Caucus (as of August 24th) are invited to take part in our business portion in the afternoon; election of officers, committee meetings, and by-law changes. This session will help lead us over the next two years. You MUST be a dues paying member to vote in the Business sessions. If you are a student with valid ID, select the STUDENT Convention Admission for a reduced price of $15.
Buffet lunch is included with all tickets.