Campaign for Liberty Events

“The Campaign for Liberty events planned for August 31 - September 2 will be a celebration of our movement and our supporters, a launch party for the Campaign for Liberty, and a clear call to the Republican Party to return to its roots of limited government, personal responsibility, and protection of our natural rights. The event will run in conjunction with the first two days of the Republican National Convention and will feature top conservative speakers, musicians, and organizations. It will also have an organizational and training function for the Campaign for Liberty and the Freedom Movement.”

Sunday, August 31
Real Politics Training School
Earle Brown Heritage Center
Minneapolis, MN
Noon - 9:00pm

Monday, September 1

Campaign for Liberty Leadership Summit
Earle Brown Heritage Center
Minneapolis, MN
8:30am - 4:30pm

Ron Paul Book Signing
Borders Books
Roseville, MN
1:00pm - 3:00pm

Ron Paul Nation Celebration
Blaine National Sports Center Stadium
Blaine, MN
6:00pm - 10:30pm

6 PM - Intro: B.J. Lawson
6:10 - National Anthem: Eric Richards
6:15 PM - Rick Ellis
7 PM - Marc Scibilia
7:45 PM - Aimee Allen
8:50 PM - Rockie Lynne
10 PM Dr. Ron Paul
11 PM-2 AM Steve Dore playing at Clubhouse Jägar

Tuesday, September 2
Rally for the Republic
Target Center
Minneapolis, MN
12:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30 - Doors open
12:30 - Intro: Tucker Carlson
12:40 - National Anthem: Matt Colvin
12:50 - Invocation: Barb Davis White
12:55 - Howard Phillips
1:10 - Doug Wead
1:30 - Tom Woods
1:50 - Grover Norquist
2:10 - Lew Rockwell
2:30 - Bill Kauffman
2:50 - Special Guest
3:10 - Bruce Fein
3:35 - Gov. Jesse Ventura
4:05 - John Tate‚ Campaign for Liberty Presentation
4:25 - Gov. Gary Johnson
5:00 - Aimee Allen
6:00 - Break
7:00 - Intro: Barry Goldwater Jr.
7:05 - Ron Paul
8:05 - Sara Evans
9:30 - End of Program
9:30 - Jimmie Vaughan After Party

Campaign For Liberty Donor Dinner
Target Center
Minneapolis, MN
5:00pm - 6:30pm

"The mission of the Campaign for Liberty is to promote and defend the great American principles of individual liberty, constitutional government, sound money, free markets, and a noninterventionist foreign policy, by means of educational and political activity."

July 22, 2008 press release