The LP of Buncombe County's meeting drew about thirty-five people, and reading between the lines suggests that Munger's appearance had a lot to do with turn-out. [The party had no candidate to replace the outgoing chair; at the meeting Robert Parket stepped up to take the responsibility.]
Munger used the opportunity not only to give his stump speech covering
his campaign themes — including a moratorium on capital punishment, control of municipal aggression against property, a broad-based education vouchers system and ending corporate welfare . . . .
but also worked in an appearance on the local radio station for three hours on WWNC.
[Hint: none of this occurs without building a solid working relationship with your local media.]
State LPNC Chair and former North Carolina gubernatorial candidate Barbara Howe also attended, lending State support to a struggling local organization.
This is what should be happening across the country: the higher organization and candidates support the lower.
North Carolina is leading the way here, along with Texas and a few other states.
If only somebody in the LNC recognized what was going on, they could re-arrange their organization and activities to do the same. . . .
. . . before we take matters into our own hands by drying up the supply of money that gives them any power at all.