Published 2018 Platform of the LPNC

Every even year, the LPNC reviews the party's platform. 2018 was no exception. Phil Jacobson chaired the committee and reviewed the committee's recommendation report at the May 20, 2018 LPNC Convention in Clemmons, NC. The result is a platform which has been reordered to reflect the priorities of NC voters and which has gained two new planks.
You'll also not want to miss the LPNC news release regarding the two new planks:
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Former Democratic Candidate Endorses Jeff Scott for Congress

CHARLOTTE (June 15) – Christian Cano, the 2016 Democratic candidate for North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District, recently endorsed Jeff Scott, a Libertarian, for that seat in the general election. The Ninth District represents the financial center of Charlotte, the city of Fayetteville, which is home to one of the country’s largest military bases at Fort Bragg, and many rural communities.

“I know that Jeff Scott will fight for my family and all our families equally in Congress,” said Cano. “More importantly, he is not beholden to the corporate deep pockets in Nancy Pelosi’s Democratic political machine, President Trump’s hatred and bigotry, or the privileged interests focused on preserving the status quo and the ways they benefit.”

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Libertarian Party of NC formalizes call for fairer election practices

CLEMMONS, N.C., May 22—At its 2018 annual convention, the Libertarian Party of North Carolina (LPNC) adopted two new platform planks that aim to reduce the partisan influence on the administration of elections while giving parties more control over which candidates may carry their banners into a general election.

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