Thursday, October 13, 2005

Meeting With Notre Dame Libertarians

Tuesday's meeting with the Notre Dame Libertarians was quite an exciting evening, as about 20 or so enthusiastic members attended. They allowed me the opportunity to discuss my campaign. Brad Klopfenstein spoke about the state party's recent successes and the opportunities that lie before us. I hope that most of them will remain in Indiana after graduation. These future leaders will be an asset not only to the Libertarian Party, but to the state as a whole.

I am flanked by some of the Notre Dame Libertarians, along with Brad Klopfenstein at the far right.

A summit of Hoosier College Libertarians is in the offing, probably in February of 2006. In the meantime, I will plan to visit other CLs across the state.

1 comment:

Robert Enders said...

Right now IPFW's Campus Libertarians is dormant. I can't be president of it anymore since I graduated. My would-be successor, Jerimiah Jefferies, cannot take classes because he is on call with the reserves. It's hoped that it will can get it up and running in January. For a while, we had the only partisan political group at IPFW.
Can you imagine that the Democrats have trouble maintaining a group on a college campus or that the GOP has trouble maintaining a group in a state as red as Indiana?