PRESS CONFERENCE INFORMATION:
Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 11:00am, near the front entrance to the NH State House
Speakers: Arvin Vohra (National Libertarian Party Vice Chairman), Darryl W. Perry (Libertarian Party of New Hampshire Chairman), and a special guest
State Representative to join the Libertarian Party
Concord, NH – On May 10, for the second time this year, a sitting State Representative will join the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire (LPNH).
When Caleb Dyer (Hillsborough 37) joined the Libertarian Party in February, Darryl W Perry, LPNH Chairman said, “I welcome Dyer into the Libertarian Party with open arms and hope that by 2018, the NH Legislature will once again have an officially recognized Libertarian Caucus.”
With this upcoming announcement, Perry says, “I look forward to this Caucus growing, and hope that more of the classical liberals and civil libertarians in the General Court will defect from the two party system and join the Party of Principle, and I look forward to liberty in our lifetime!”
With Representative Caleb Dyer as the Floor Leader, the New Hampshire House Libertarian Caucus will work to minimize state government, lower taxes, eliminate barriers to conducting business, and will work hard to increase individual freedom and personal liberty while protecting the rights of individuals and businesses within New Hampshire.
The Libertarian Party of New Hampshire is the third largest and fastest-growing political party in NH. On July 16, 1991 Calvin Warburton, who was serving his seventh term as a Republican state representative in New Hampshire, became the first sitting legislator to switch parties to the Libertarian Party. In 1992, four Libertarians were elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives. Warburton, Andy Borsa, Don Gorman, and Finlay Rothhaus formed an officially recognized Libertarian Caucus with Gorman as the Libertarian Minority Leader.
Darryl W. Perry, Chairman
Brian Shields, NH Libertarian Caucus Communications Director