Darryl Perry announces Gubernatorial Run

On December 4th 2019, Libertarian Activist Darryl W. Perry, announced he would run for the Libertarian Party Nomination for Governor of New Hampshire in 2020.

Perry has previously run for the Libertarian Party Nomination for President during the 2016 Presidential Election, running a more hardline Libertarian Platform compared to eventual nominee Gary Johnson. He later initiated a limited write-in campaign in the general.

Perry’s Gubernatorial Campaign platform will focus on criminal justice reform, lower taxation, ballot access reform and voting rights.

11 thoughts on “Darryl Perry announces Gubernatorial Run

  1. fred stein

    Good luck. In the posting of your ad, I would change from the color yellow, it is hard on the eyes. Try red or ocean blue lettering and graphics. Never put yellow on a white background. It could work on a black background. You need constrast.

  2. NewFederalist

    Good for Darryl! I like the fact that he is NOT using the current LP logo of a torch with Donald Trump’s hairpiece on it!

  3. fred stein

    I thought he subscribed. ……………………………… If not, I will let my people contact his people,. lol

  4. paulie

    IPR comments are an open forum. They are not necessarily read by either the IPR author/reposter (and certainly not necessarily addressed to him or her), nor should they be presumed to be read by the subject of the article; they may or may not be.

  5. paulie

    I thought he subscribed. …

    What do you mean subscribed? He has commented here plenty of times, but that’s no guarantee he’ll read comments on any particular article whether he is the subject of it or not.

  6. Tony From Long Island

    I have never been a fan of Daryl Perry. He always comes across as creepy to me, but other than lower taxes, I support the issues listed in the above blurb.

  7. Jared

    The color isn’t appealing, but the whole banner could do with a redesign. I just hope this time around DWP loses the gigantic lapel littered with pins.

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