Colorado Convention 2020
|2020 Libertarian Party of Colorado Special Convention|
|Focus on Liberty|
The 2020 Libertarian Party of Colorado Convention was an annual convention for the Libertarian Party of Colorado. It was initially scheduled to be held from April 3-5 2020 at the Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs.
The convention site was relocated to the Sheridan Hotel in Lakewood, Colorado due to venue restrictions in place at the original site due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Following additional restrictions on public gatherings due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the convention was cancelled and was instead replaced with a special convention for conducting party business and party nominations. The convention and following board meeting will be available remotely. Check event details at Media:https://lpcolorado.org/event/lpco-board-meeting-2020-04-13/ at 6pm on April 13, 2020.
Convention Delegates nominated candidates to run under the Libertarian ballot line in the 2020 elections. In addition, the convention also selected delegates to represent Colorado at the 2020 National Convention.
LPCO Board of Directors elections
The board offices of Outreach Director, Secretary, Legislative Director, Treasurer, and Fundraising Director will be up for election.. Because the regular convention was replaced with an online convention, board elections were not held.
Declared Candidates for the 2020 US Elections
Main article: Colorado Candidates 2020
The 2020 convention will consist of statewide party nominations for partisan office.
The following individuals have declared, via public announcement or candidate filing (or both), their intention to seek the Libertarian Party of Colorado's nomination for public office.
NOTA is a valid candidate for all offices.
|US Senate|| Gaylon Kent |
|US House, Colorado District 6||Norm Olsen|
|Colorado Senate District 29||Michele Poague|
|Colorado House District 50||Sean Short|
|Colorado House District 56||Kevin Gulbranson|
|Colorado House District 64||Tom Olmstead|
Special Convention Reports
Special Convention Notes
- 1. Convention Delegate credentials were collected via a jot form, https://www.jotform.com/. We required the voter id and party affiliation date. These were validated against the Secretary of State's voter file.
- 2. National Convention Delegate credentials were collected via a jot form, https://www.jotform.com/. Credentialing was done manually.
- 3. Voting for both candidates and national delegates was done using eballot, https://eballot.io/. The state chairman has an account.
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