Concord, NH – The Libertarian Party of New Hampshire is proud to announce that long-time Libertarian John Babiarz has filed to run for Representative in the Grafton 9 Special Election. On June 13, the Ballot Law Commission ordered that John Babiarz should be placed on the Libertarian Primary ballot in the Grafton 9 special election.
John Babiarz is no stranger to public service. He joined the Grafton Volunteer Fire Department in 1994, continued his training to became an EMT in 2001, and the Grafton Volunteer Fire Department voted him in as Chief in 2007.
John has been elected as the Town of Grafton Cemetery Trustee, and was also a member of the Mascoma School District Budget Committee. In 2003 he served in Governor Benson’s administration as Government Efficiency Commission to examine ways the state could save money in various operations.
John has also been the Libertarian Party’s Gubernatorial nominee four times (2000, 2002, 2010 & 2012). Now he’s seeking to serve his community and the state by representing the towns of Grafton, Ashland, Alexandria, Bridgewater, and Bristol as the next State Representative from Grafton 9.
John Babiarz can be contacted at 603-523-8315 or by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Libertarian Party of New Hampshire
Darryl W. Perry, Chair
New Hampshire House Libertarian Caucus
Brian Shields, Communications Director
Rep. Caleb Q. Dyer, Floor Leader