Libertarians host "Legalize Freedom" convention in Orlando

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John McAfee, creator of anti-virus software program, is one of 18 libertarian presidential candidates. - PHOTO VIA JOHN MCAFEE/FACEBOOK
  • Photo via John McAfee/Facebook
  • John McAfee, creator of anti-virus software program, is one of 18 libertarian presidential candidates.
Libertarians will gather in Orlando next week for the Libertarian Party National Convention

The "Legalize Freedom" convention, starting on May 26, will be held at Rosen Centre Hotel and Resort, and include debates and guest speakers.



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The Libertarian Party National Convention will host "Legalize Freedom" themed convention in Orlando. - PHOTO VIA LIBERTARIAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE
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  • The Libertarian Party National Convention will host "Legalize Freedom" themed convention in Orlando.
weekend convention will bring delegates together to pick a presidential and a vice-presidential candidate to represent the party in the upcoming election. The delegates have 18 presidential candidates to choose from, including computer programmer John McAfee and former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson.
Gary Johnson - PHOTO VIA GARY JOHNSON/FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Gary Johnson/Facebook
  • Gary Johnson
In the past two months, the party's membership has increased by 30 percent, Libertarian spokeswoman Carla Howell told Florida Politics.

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