Buy this great North Carolina Libertarian T-Shirt in time for the Libertarian Party of North Carolina State Convention. Hurry, because the sale ends Tuesday, July 11 (one month before the convention).
Wear your advocacy for liberty and your state pride on your sleeve. From First in Freedom to early abolitionists to the founding of our state Libertarian Party, and into tomorrow, the passion for freedom is alive and well in the Old North State.
Show your support for a free, peaceful and prosperous North Carolina, where every individual has the opportunity to pursue their unique vision of a rewarding and enriching life.
Shirts ordered by July 10 are expected to arrive in time for the LPNC State Convention. And this will be the lowest price for this shirt ever.
Learn more about the LPNC 2017 convention here.
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Ballot access reform just took another step forward in North Carolina. The House Elections and Ethics Law Committee today approved a bill to lower the signature requirements for a “new” party and independent candidates to get on the statewide ballot.
This is the first time in recent NC history that a ballot access bill has passed one house of the legislature and a committee in the other house.
The vote in committee was 15-8 in favor of SB 656 Voter Freedom Act. There were Republicans and Democrats on both sides of the vote.
The bill could appear on the House calendar on short notice, as early as tomorrow.
So now is the time to call your local representative – and Speaker Tim Moore. Tell the speaker you want to bill to go to the House floor for a vote, and urge your rep to vote for it.
See this earlier post for talking points and a bill summary.
The latest edition of the bill includes a provision to allow a political party to participate in NC's presidential primary if it had a presidential candidate on the ballot in 40 states in the previous presidential election.
North Carolina has a long and proud history of controversial speech. Our Halifax Resolves, Mecklenburg Declaration, and Liberty Point Resolves laid out the concept of an independent America long before Jefferson’s famous Declaration. North Carolina Quakers included determined and vocal abolitionists in the early 1800s. Even today, communities across our state come together in advocating inclusion and equality.Read more