State Convention Status and Coronavirus

The Libertarian Party of Colorado Convention is scheduled for April 3-5 in Glenwood Springs, CO.

We are on track to have one of the largest and most exciting conventions in our history. Quickly-moving events with the coronavirus pandemic have caused some concern about whether we can or should still hold our meeting. At this time, we are still actively planning to have a fantastic gathering of like-minded folks. If this changes because of increased health concerns, legal limitations, or venue closure, we will let you know as soon as possible.

Here are some of the factors going into the decision-making process:

– [ ] The goal in limiting travel and large gatherings is to slow the spread of the disease. Most of our convention attendees are local to Colorado and the size of our convention (around 100 delegates) is fairly small as gatherings go.
– [ ] Our out-of-state attendees (candidates, speakers, technical crew for the debate) are all still committed to traveling to be with us.
– [ ] Our venue and caterers and other vendors are still eager to provide excellent service.

We think it’s important to balance management of the spread of infection and maintaining as normal a life as possible during this time. We are monitoring the situation and developing alternative plans for assigning delegates to the national convention if it becomes impossible to meet in April. As of March 12, we are still looking forward to seeing you all in Glenwood Springs in a few weeks.

Please feel free to email if you have questions or concerns.

In Liberty,

Victoria Reynolds, Chairman
Libertarian Party of Colorado

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