Party plays poker: Libertarian Party hosts Texas Hold 'em Tournament
On July 13, the Libertarian Party of Morgan County held a Texas Hold ‘em Poker Tournament fundraiser at the President’s Corner building in Martinsville. Players got to compete for hundreds of dollars in prizes, all while getting to know members of the Morgan County Libertarian Party as well as several more prominent Libertarians, including state vice chair Erin Meadors, state chair Tim Maguire and Bill Levin, who recently announced his intention to seek the Libertarian nomination for governor in 2020.
Levin is perhaps best known recently for founding the Indiana Church of Cannabis to protest Indiana’s RFRA law. Levin did not make it to the final table but stuck around and talked to players about a variety of issues including licensing reform, burdensome regulations that hurt small business, and of course, medicinal cannabis legalization, among many other issues. Event organizer Danny Lundy said he was happy with the turn out and the event was a great success. They look forward to hosting more poker tournaments in the future as well as holding 50/50 drawings at their upcoming outreach events such as Old Settlers.
~ by Danny Lundy | Published July 20th, 2019 in the Mooresville-Decatur Times
Paid for and authorized by the Libertarian Party of Morgan County