Darryl Perry, previously a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination and former chair of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire and the Boston Tea Party, is currently running for Governor of New Hampshire. He released the following statement today about his letter to New Hampshire governor Chris Sununu about easing ballot access requirements due to the coronavirus pandemic.… Read more ...
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:
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Friends, after 25 years in the Libertarian Party, I am now leaving and am removing the LP party designation on my legislative page.
On September 29, writer and former 2016 Libertarian Party (LP) presidential candidate Darryl Perry, the newly-elected chair of the (LPNH), announced the creation of a write-in campaign for president across several states.… Read more ...
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IPR conducted a poll with SurveyMonkey from May 20–23 asking readers to select their preferences for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential and vice presidential nominations. 303 individuals participated in the poll.… Read more ...
IPR conducted a poll with SurveyMonkey from May 11–18 asking readers to select their preferences for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential and vice presidential nominations. 173 individuals participated in the poll.
Darryl W. Perry to participate in televised debate
KEENE, NH, May 5, 2016 – Despite being snubbed from the recent debate hosted by Fox Business, Darryl W. Perry did get a mention by John Stossel.
Another network has stepped forward to host a televised debate May 12 to include Darryl W.… Read more ...
IPR sent a questionnaire to the candidates seeking the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination as listed at LP.org. Of the 17 candidates, 12 participated:
- Joey Berry of South Carolina (website)
- Brian Briggs of Mississippi (website)
- Thomas Clements of Louisiana (website)
- Keenan Dunham of South Carolina (website)
- Marc Allan Feldman of Ohio (website)
- Donald Eugene Lowe of Texas (website)
- John McAfee of Tennessee (website)
- Kevin McCormick of Arizona (website)
- Darryl Perry of New Hampshire (website)
- Derrick Michael Reid of California (website)
- Jack Robinson, Jr.
There has been a lot of discussion recently about the decision by Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with Harriet Tubman. In an open letter published April 20, Lew wrote “The decision to put Harriet Tubman on the new $20 was driven by thousands of responses we received from Americans young and old.… Read more ...
Libertarian Presidential candidate Darryl W. Perry announces campaign team
KEENE, NH, April 13, 2016 – Any successful candidate running for office knows that it takes a talented team to help them get elected. Libertarian Presidential candidate Darryl W. Perry is no exception.
Perry announced the current members of his campaign team on his website at DarrylWPerry.com.… Read more ...
Today is the 2016 Convention for the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania. Please leave comments and postings about the event here.… Read more ...
Several weeks ago, and well after the Libertarian Parties of Alabama and Mississippi announced plans for a Presidential debate at their joint convention, there were reports of a debate to be hosted by John Stossel over the same weekend. The Stossel debate was to include only Gary Johnson, John McAfee & Austin Petersen, however this debate did not happen as Johnson indicated that he couldn’t attend due to a prior commitment (the AL/MS convention debate).… Read more ...