February 19, 2016 – The NH Liberty Party, formed in September 2012, held its third annual convention during the New Hampshire Liberty Forum in Manchester, NH.
Party members voted to adopt a pair of bylaws amendments; the first of which modified the time period in which membership could be renewed. The second bylaws modification changed the requirement that the convention coincide with the NH Liberty Forum, and provides that “The NHLP Annual Convention shall take place during the first quarter of each year at a time and place chosen by the State Committee which shall provide at least 30 days notice to all members.” (more…)
In accordance with Article 5 of the bylaws of the NH Liberty Party, the NHLP Annual Convention shall take place during the Free State Project’s Liberty Forum in the Radisson Hotel in Manchester. This year, the convention will be held on Friday February 19 from 11a-noon. During the 2016 annual convention, NH Liberty members will meet to elect a new State Committee which consists of 3 Co-Chairs. Additionally, NHLP members may wish to amend the bylaws, and nominate candidates. Unlike other Party conventions, Robert’s Rules will not be mentioned and the platform will not be modified!
The NHLP convention is open to the public, however only NHLP members may participate in the convention. Members of the media are encouraged to attend. Attendance to the the Liberty Forum is not required to attend the NHLP Annual Convention. The NHLP convention will take place in the lobby of the Radisson Hotel in Manchester.
This is a friendly reminder that your membership with the NH Liberty Party may need to be renewed. Article 2 of the NHLP bylaws state: “No dues or other payment shall be required for membership in the Party.” And “All members shall renew their membership in writing or via electronic means, between January 1 of each calendar year and the beginning of the Annual Convention.”
The New Hampshire Liberty Party was formed to promote independence from the federal government and for the individual. NHLP candidates will promote the idea of NH seceding from the federal government and also support individual liberty.
With sixteen candidates in the at-large race on Tuesday’s primary ballot in Keene, voters have a wide range of choices that they’ll whittle down to ten, then five winners at the general election in November. Two of those choices are NH Liberty Party candidates, Conan Salada and me, Ian Freeman. Of the two of us, Conan is running a more active campaign and has placed yard signs at various strategic points in the city.
Liberty lovers in Keene should consider bullet voting for Conan and I to help us move through the primary (or if you really want to bullet vote, choose just Conan). A “bullet vote” adds votes only to the most principled candidates, which assists in our vote totals in a multi-seat race like this.