Municipalities across North Carolina will be electing new local leaders this year. We have some fantastic Libertarian candidates seeking office.
Woodfin Alderman (Buncombe County)
"As a registered Libertarian, I plan to rein-in government to a more limited role in people's lives in Woodfin. I just want my daughter to grow up in the best community, which I know Woodfin can be." - Andrea Boyer
C. Travis Wheat
Charlotte City Council, District 3 (Mecklenburg County)
Charlotte City Council At-Large (Mecklenburg County)
Eric Cable, originally from Ohio, was in the Navy for ten years prior to beginning work in the financial services industry 13 years ago. He has lived in Charlotte since 2006 and during that time spent four years on the Candlewyck Homes Association board, helped found the Charlotte Curling Association,and has become an active Freemason. His goals as a member of the Charlotte City Council are to attract and retain good employers, eliminate waste in local government, and improve traffic conditions in the city.
Website: Elect Eric Cable
Thomasville City Council (Davidson County)
Real hope. Real change. I am working to implement policies that will make your government more transparent, fiscally responsible, and socially accepting!
Greenville City Council District 3 (Pitt County)
Benson Town Commissioner At Large (Johnston County)