Registration is open for the 2018 Annual Convention

Come help lead New Hampshire into Liberty with the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire! Join us at the 2018 LPNH Annual Convention on April 28! Lunch & Banquet Tickets must be purchased by April 13. Ticket sales end on April 26 for Business Session, but you can register for the Business Session at the door if you miss this deadline. You will NOT be able to buy a Lunch or Banquet Session ticket at the door. If you are a member of the LPNH, this is your chance to vote on any Bylaws, Constitution & Platform changes as well as…

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LPNH adds new regional affiliates

The LPNH Executive Committee on July 23, approved the affiliate application from the newly formed Libertarian Party of the Lakes Region NH, which is comprised of the entirety of both Belknap and Carroll Counties, and Grafton County (except for the towns of Bath, Bethlehem, Franconia, Lisbon, Littleton, Lyman, Monroe, and Sugar Hill). Tony Jankowski was elected Chair of the LP Lakes affiliate during their organizational meeting on July 19. LP Western NH, which was officially organized on February 18, held their Annual Meeting on August 12. During that meeting the members voted to amend the bylaws to reduce the number…

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Representative Brandon Phinney Switches to the Libertarian Party

Representative Brandon Phinney (Strafford 24), formerly a member of the Republican Party, announced today on the State House steps he is changing his party affiliation to the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire. For the third time this year, a sitting State Representative has dropped their party and joined the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire. Representative Caleb Q. Dyer (Hillsborough 37) switched to the LPNH from the Republican Party in February and Joseph Stallcop (Cheshire 4) switched to the LPNH from the Democratic Party in May. Darryl W. Perry, Chair of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire invited any others, unhappy…

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