LPNC Updating Website

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The Libertarian Party of North Carolina is in the process of updating our website.  You may have noticed the recent changes!  We hope that this will provide a much more friendly user experience.

In the meantime, you may notice that some links are incorrect or that the content isn’t the most up-to-date.  We apologize for any inconvenience.  Please check back often as we continue to work on providing the best end user experience possible.

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The Libertarian Party of North Carolina

 

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Howe Does Well in Polls

Howe Does Well in Polls

Barbara Howe for Governor stayed steady at 7% in the most recent poll done by Civitas. We need to make sure to help her get into the debates and stay included in these polls!

Read the full story from Civitas HERE.

(Excerpt Below)

July 5, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Jim Tynen (919) 834-2099
James.Tynen@NCCivitas.org

Raleigh, N.C. – The newest Civitas Flash Poll shows that Republican gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory loses much of his lead when respondents can choose Libertarian candidate Barbara Howe.

McCrory, the former mayor of Charlotte, was 10 percentage points …

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LP Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson to Visit Charlotte

LP Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson to Visit Charlotte

Gary Johnson, former New Mexico Governor and current Libertarian candidate for President, is visiting North Carolina on July 21. Read more for the details.

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Johnson Endorses Howe for N.C. Governor

Johnson Endorses Howe for N.C. Governor

Barbara Howe, Libertarian Candidate for NC Governor

Libertarian presidential candidate and former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson endorsed Barbara Howe for North Carolina governor.

“Barbara Howe has been a strong advocate for the message of liberty in her many years of involvement with the Libertarian Party,” Johnson said. “Her experience, commitment, and energy make her a great candidate for governor of North Carolina.”

Johnson praised Howe as a “fellow athlete” and said that goal of running five kilometer in each of …

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