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Photo Album, page 7
Strategy Planning Meeting
- December 13, 2003
The meeting was held at the Rocky Run Tap & Grill in Columbia
Central Committee Meeting
- November 23, 2003
The meeting was held in College Park. Top: Chip Spangler goes over Constitutional changes. Above left: LNC representative Fred Childress.
November 2, 2003
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Nolan stopped in to visit Maryland libertarians at a FairTax meeting at Steve Sass' home in Pikesville (photo with Spear Lancaster); immediately afterward he trekked down to Prince George's county to meet more libertarians at the 94th AeroSquadron. (photo credit Erica Brown)
Petition Turn-in - October
Determined vice-chair Roy J. Meyers III arrives at the State Board of Elections in Annapolis (top left) carrying 11,675 party rerecognition petition signatures. Accepting them from a somewhat relieved Roy on behalf of the state (top right) is Mary Cramer Wagner, Deputy Director. Above, chair Chip Spangler signs final documentation as Spear Lancaster (who is well acquainted with petition requirements) and a state worker observe the proceedings.
Fells Point Festival
- October 4/5, 2003
Essex Day - September
Talking to booth visitors and collecting petition signatures
A crew from the Maryland Libertarian Party again made the trek to Crisfield in southern Maryland to attend the 27th Annual J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake. It looked like rain might dowse the event, but that never occurred, and the clouds instead kept the heat to a manageable level.
The contingent (Robert Glaser, Michael Linder, Kurt Saberg, Rachel Ridout, Chuck Andrasco, Ruth Andrasco, Spear Lancaster, Chip Spangler); the entrance gate
Rachel demonstrates how to pick crabmeat; Kurt inspects a Maryland crab; Spear introduces Chip to politicos.
The pavilion in Savage Park
Spear Lancaster, grillmaster; Chip Spangler chairs meeting
Milling around, listening...
Roy J. Meyers III, Johnny U. pretender; Rich Goldman frisbeeing with Nick Sarwark and Katrina Groth
Photo credit: Luke Bryan
The Maryland Libertarian Party was well represented at the 69th annual Dundalk Heritage Parade. Bill Buzzell drove his car, preceded by the Culpepper Militia Flag ("Don't Tread on the..."), "Old Glory," and the Libertarian Party of Maryland banner. A total of 11, including two children, walked the approximately two mile route through Dundalk. As the procession passed by each of the two reviewing stands, they were introduced to the crowd as "The third largest political party in the nation."
The LP booth; Bill Buzzell solicits petition signatures
Chairman Nick Sarwark opens the convention; attendees
Sharon Harris, president of Advocates for Self-Government; Libertarian public candidates
Jan Helfeld from the Free State Project; Ron Crickenberger from National LP HQ; Ken Krawchuk, chair Pennsylvania LP
Alex Koroknay-Palicz, president of National Youth Rights Association; Steve Wilson, chair Montgomery County LP; Steve Sass, from Fairtax; Spear Lancaster
Award winners Susan Gaztañaga, Chip Spangler, Katie Marshall, Steve Sass, Lorenzo Gaztañaga, George Reynolds, Steve Wilson, presenter Nick Sarwark, Spear Lancaster; Lorenzo is dynamic auctioneer