Friday and Saturday, March 4 & 5, 2016
Independent American Party State Convention, Elko, Nevada
High Desert Inn and Red Lion Inn
We will be selecting our IAP candidates, updating our platform, electing state officers, and selecting delegates for the National Constitution Party Presidential Nominating Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah, April 13-16, 2016.
Our featured speaker will be Professor John Lott author of More Guns, Less Crime.
You must be selected by your county party to be eligible to be a delegate to the State Convention unless you are in an unorganized county, then contact State Chairman John Wagner.
Please join us! The IAP website was severely hacked. It is back online but it may take a few more days to get the registration form activated. To register, check back later.
The Convention will be held at:
(Registration codes for special rooms prices will be sent at a later date.)
High Desert Inn (all events except the public speech of John Lott will be at the High Desert Inn.
3015 Idaho Street, 775-738-8425 (Ten rooms secured at $59.)
& Red Lion Inn (Public Speech of John Lott) (Ten rooms secured at $89.)
2065 Idaho Street, 800-545-0044
Gold Country Inn (Across the street from Red Lion) (Ten rooms secured at $69.)
2050 Idaho St., 800-621-1352
According to State Bylaws you must pay your registration by Monday, February 29 at 5pm.
Registration for the convention is $100 including all Friday and Saturday events.
Registration includes dinner on Friday night and lunch on Saturday.
Other options include:
Convention Friday only $50, Saturday only $60.
Dinner Friday night 5pm with our speaker John Lott including 7pm public speech, $50.00.
Saturday Lunch only $40.00.
Non-delegate Spouse: $80 for all Convention Events.
All potential IAP candidates should attend.
We will hold committee meetings on Friday afternoon 1-4:30pm.
Bylaws Review Committee:
We will post other speakers and the agenda at a later date.
Thank you, State Chairman John Wagner
The Independent American Party of Nevada is the third largest and fastest growing political party in the state, with over 69,000 registered voters! In 2010, four of our candidates were elected in partisan races.
We recognize that throughout human history most men have been slaves to man’s institutions of government; that through the wisdom of the Founding Fathers, in accordance with our Judeo-Christian traditions, those men threw off the shackles of tyranny. We declare: That the proper role of government as defined by The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights is to protect the rights of Life, Liberty and Property, endowed to us by Divine Providence.
For information by county, click here or on the Contact Us link above.
Want to make a difference? Unhappy with what is happening to our Country?
The Independent American Party State Convention
will be held on February 28 and March 1, 2014 at the Suncocast Hotel and Casino.
Sheriff Richard Mack will be the featured speaker. Don't miss it!
The last day to register is February 24, 2014.
For more information, click here.
Register as an Independent American Party voter now. Just click here and follow the instructions. You can still vote for anyone that you want, but you will be an Independent American.
Important-We need to update our IAP registered voter database.
You can help the IAP save our state by updating your information in our database. This information is used only by the IAP to inform our voters what is happening with the IAP. Stay informed. You can make a difference. You will receive the IAP Buffalos newsletter and any important announcements about the IAP.
Please help by updating your information. Click here.
IAP State Central Committee Meeting Resolutions October 19, 2013
These 3 resolutions were passed.
Are you an Independent American?
If you answered yes to most of these questions, you should register and vote as an Independent American. If you would like to know more about this exciting political party that believes the way you do, please contact us, we will send you more information.