LPNH Leadership

The Current LPNH Team

Nolan Pelletier

Nolan Pelletier, Chair

Nolan Pelletier is a 17 year resident of the fine state of New Hampshire. He is a small business owner, as well as dedicated family man. Nolan is an 2nd generation electrician by trade. He has a passion for freedom and liberty, and mopeds.

Sean Michael, Vice Chair

Sean moved to New Hampshire as one of the first 100 ‘Free Staters.’ He supports unabashedly shouting the liberty message from the rooftops. No pale pastels; Sean believes Libertarians need vibrant and bold messaging and that the freedom message is not something by which to be embarrassed.

Communications Committee (unelected)

Our Comms Committee serves at the pleasure of the Chair and helps manage the organization’s social media accounts. They push the Overton Window & challenge the way folks think about critical issues. Click here to reach out to them via email; each member is open to any and all constructive feedback for improving the Liberty message.

Stephen Nass, At Large

A long-time member of the LP, Stephen Nass now serves the party working At Large and helping to plan libertarian events and functions in order to further the local community of activism. He volunteers as a Free State Project ambassador and is one of the founders of The Shell, a libertarian community center on the New Hampshire seacoast.

Sean Brennan, Treasurer

Sean Brennan is a small business owner, a homesteader, and real estate investor. He received his undergraduate degree in accounting and finance from Syracuse University and his MBA from Boston College. Since moving to the state, Sean has been an active member of the liberty community in NH for the last 6 years. He is a commercial real estate appraiser by trade.

Jeremy Slottje, Interim Secretary

Jeremy moved to New Hampshire in 2013 from the very failed state of New York. Inspired by the FSP, he found that respect for individual rights and liberty in New Hampshire to be kind of neat and very for real. Committed to the continuation of human freedom, he has accepted an executive role within the state Libertarian party. Jeremy is a professional software nerd and abecedarian board gamer.

Our Committees

LPNH volunteers contribute to committees that help train and support candidates, craft communications, review pending legislation, and other various functions to operate the party.

Our current Committees include:

(a) Membership Committee, (b) Bylaws Committee, (c) Platform Committee, (d) Judicial Committee, and (e) Communication Committee

  1. Bylaws & Rules
  2. Communications
  3. Convention
  4. Judicial
  5. Membership & Outreach
  6. Platform
  7. Politics & Campaign

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