Libertarian Party of Lee County

Aug 18
LPLC Upcoming Events

The latest LPLC Newsletter is available. ​

Jun 08
NBC 2 Story about Lee County Mosquito Control's Education Program
Jun 08
LPLC Says "Cut Waste Before Raising Taxes!"

Every item of the budget of this and any other government agency should be thoroughly scrutinized before even considering raising taxes.

Press Release_LCMCD Education.pdf

Jun 02
Monthly Meeting - June 3


Apr 30
May LPLC Meeting & Social 5/6 - At LPLC HQ 6:00 - ?

​May's meeting will be held at LPLC Headquarters, or weather permitting, in the wine garden at the the Butterfly Estates. We'll be hearing from Lee County Mosquito Control District Commissioner, Rich Paul. Food and beverages will be available for purchase from ZCrepes Cafe. A raffle with great prizes will also be held.


Apr 30
Sunday May 1 - Sunday FUNday at the Butterfly Estates
Mar 29
April LPLC Meeting

Alex Snitker and Danielle Alexandre, of Florida's Liberty First Network, will be our guest speakers.

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The meeting will be held in the Judge Landis Room @ Shoeless Joe's in the Crowne Plaza Bell Tower. The meeting will begin at 7:00PM. Come early to order food and drinks, and to mingle with fellow libertarians!

Mar 29
Tired of the Game?

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Mar 29
Your Rights and the Rights of the Police

Monday, March 30, 2015 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Universalist Unitarian Sanctuary
6340 Napa Woods Way, Naples, FL 34116

Do you know what your rights are when interacting with the police? Do you know what rights the police have? Join the Collier Chapter of the ACLU of Florida on Monday March 30 to get these questions answered!

We will be joined by a panel of legal and civil liberties experts to discuss the rights both citizens and police have. The discussion will be moderated by Casey Wolff, Esq., ACLU legal Panel Chair and a partner at Gray Robinson, P.A. Featured speakers will include Howard Simon, executive director of the ACLU of Florida, Timothy Lynch, director of Cato’s Project on Criminal Justice, Commander Michael Williams, Commander Legal & Court Services, Collier Sheriff’s Office. A question and answer session will follow the discussion.

This panel is open to the public and all Collier and Lee county ACLU members. Please RSVP if you would like to attend to Mo Winograd at , or call 239-948-0020.

Mar 18
LPLC Chair Responds to Lee BOCC Plan to Expand Hired-car Regulation

Business models like those of Uber and Lyft have become successful BECAUSE of the existing framework of regulatory overreach of local governments. From hefty licensing requirements to constant meddling in the ways that drivers can serve their customers, traditional taxi companies are far more expensive and inefficient than they need to be. Innovative and entrepreneurial individuals, investing their own resources in an attempt at producing a self-sustaining income should be applauded and welcomed in any community. Instead, they are often beat down or run out of business by a bureaucratic group of meddlers that are more willing to give your tax dollars to their favored people and businesses, than they are to leave you alone to pursue your life in peace.

Rick Molek, Chair

Libertarian Party of Lee County

For more information on this issue, check out the following links:

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