In a special video message, Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate Sean Haugh, told his Republican opponent, incumbent Richard Burr, you "... stand up in front of everybody and defend your record. I'd like to see you try. The voters of North Carolina demand it.”
“If you want to serve the people, you have to answer to the voters of this state,” Haugh said in the latest of his signature videos. “You have to debate me to answer to all of us who are tired of your perpetual war, unsustainable debt and corporate control of our government.”
"Of all the people in the United States, the major political parties have settled on two deeply flawed and incredibly unpopular candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump,” says U.S. News in a story headline The Year of the Libertarian.
“Summer is here, and the season’s hottest trend is . . . Libertarians,” notes The Washington Post.
Nick Sarwark, Libertarian National Committee, chair thinks the 2016 election may be the “springboard to mass defections and the destruction of at least one of the old parties. It's time for the Republican Party to fall apart and go away. Or the Democratic Party. I don't really care which.”
Dissatisfaction with the establishment Democratic and Republican parties in North Carolina is rampant – and has been since 2010. Overall voter registration is up, but the number of people registering in the establishment parties continues to decline.
North Carolina will be a swing state in the presidential election. Polls also show that both the race for governor and U.S. Senator are close. And there are Libertarian candidates on the ballot in both contests.
It's clear we have a unique opportunity to make a significant impact this year. To make the most of this opportunity, we've designed unique campaign materials for our candidates, including this voting guide, yard signs, and rack cards. We'll be distributing this material at major state events, including the State Fair and candidate campaign events.
by Sean Haugh
Libertarian for U.S. Senate
My sweetie and I were in Orlando just two weeks ago. It's a lovely city and my heart breaks for all people in it today.
Love everybody. Tell those you love about it, because you never know when that will be the last chance you get to say it to them.
Get the murder out of your heart and encourage others to do the same. We can argue with each other without encouraging violence against those with whom we disagree.
In order to truly put an end to gun violence, the first step is to reject the politics of division. When you vilify any group of people at all, you are contributing directly to the culture of mass murder.Read more