Libertarian Party of NC statement on Green Party official status recognition

Libertarian Party of North Carolina (LPNC) Chair Susan Hogarth issued a statement today in reaction to yesterday’s decision by the state Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement to recognize the state’s Green Party as an official party for the purposes of ballot access and voter registration.

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A two-party election board is a disservice to a multi-party state

The following op-ed was published in the News & Observer on March 23, 2018.

On Wednesday, Governor Roy Cooper chose Damon Circosta as the ninth and final member of the state’s new election board. His name was in nomination because the first eight members, four Republicans and four Democrats, had the power to decide which two names the governor could consider.

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LPNC endorses Brooks in Randolph sheriff primary; condemns GOP challenger’s bid for LP line

RALEIGH, March 11 — The Executive Committee of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina (LPNC) voted unanimously today to endorse Adam Brooks in the May 8 Libertarian primary election for the office of Randolph County sheriff. As part of the same action, the committee voted unanimously to condemn the candidacy of Eric Scott Hicks for the same office.

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