New Hampshire Representative Max Abramson is no longer running for President and apparently has left the Libertarian Party as well. Thanks to sparkey for the link.
On March 2, Abramson wrote on Facebook:
Friends, after 25 years in the Libertarian Party, I am now leaving and am removing the LP party designation on my legislative page. My reason is simple: the abusiveness and bullying that I’ve seen from some activists, trolls, and antifa thugs who now claim to speak for all Libertarians has reached a point where we cannot recruit and keep people in the LP. I now have more friends who consider themselves to be libertarian than members of the Libertarian Party. It’s the abusiveness and nastiness toward voters, donors, activists, and other members that cannot stand.
In the comments, Abramson confirmed he was no longer running for president.
Libertarian Party Chairman Nick Sarwark wished Abramson “the best of luck in your future endeavors.”
2016 presidential candidate Darryl Perry told Abramson he felt Abramson’s platform was more in line with the Republican Party than the Libertarian Party.
Despite his withdrawal, as of this writing, Abramson remains on the LP.org list of candidates.