LPNH EC adopts resolution in support of peaceful secession

With a vote of 4 in favor and 1 abstention, the LPNH Executive Committee on November 20, adopted a resolution in support of self-determination. LPNH Vice Chair Rodger Paxton, who is the Rochester Regional Captain for the Foundation for NH Independence, says, “Recognizing that libertarianism is defined as self-ownership, and recognizing that both our federal and state founding documents make it clear that we have the right of peaceful secession. I’m pleased that the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire has resolved its support.” The resolution was drafted after a vote by the EC was passed 3 to 1

Welcome to the new LPNH site!

Welcome to the newly re-made LPNH website. ¬†Please bear with us as we are still importing the info from the old system to this one. ¬†If you’re looking for something specific from the old site, you should be able to find it by following this link. If there is something specific you want to see on here, please feel free to leave us a message on the Contact Page.

Libertarian Party regains Ballot Access

In a very contentious election year, polls consistently showed voters being fed up with the two-party system. While some Presidential candidates were touting the benefits of obtaining a certain percentage of the vote, in NH the offices that benefit a Party are Governor & US Senate, both offices on the ballot this year.