Robert Mckinney

  • posted about Get Involved on Facebook 2016-11-10 21:26:16 -0500
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    To become a member of the LPNC you must be a North Carolina resident, not registered to vote with any other political party (you can be registered unaffiliated…or not registered at all), and fulfill any one of these requirements. One is sufficient; more than one is better.

    1. Register to vote as a Libertarian. If you're already a registered Libertarian voter, congratulations. You're a member of the LPNC. If you're not sure, check your registration here. But please fill out our membership form below. And consider becoming a dues-paying member of the LPNC.

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    If you are a resident of North Carolina but registered to vote as a Democrat or Republican (or any other recognized political party) you may become an LPNC associate by fulfilling any one of these requirements. One is sufficient; more than one is better.

    1. Pay dues to the LPNC. State dues are defined as any one-time or recurring donation totaling $25 or more in a calendar year for any purpose to the LPNC or any of our affiliate parties.

    2. Pay dues to the national Libertarian Party. If you already do so, please consider doing the same for the LPNC.

    3. Sign a NIOF statement. Simply check the box next to this statement, "I certify that I do not advocate the initiation of force to achieve social or political goals" in the sign-up form below.

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    Associates will receive the monthly e-mail newsletter and may participate in local and state party activities, attend county and state conventions, and support Libertarian candidates and work on their campaigns. But associates are not eligible to serve as party officers or executive committee members at any level, as delegates to county and state conventions or as NC delegates to the Libertarian National Convention.

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  • commented on It's Time 2016-11-10 21:22:22 -0500
    I will always vote for freedom, I hope that in four years we will have a principled Libertarian to vote for. After all your asking us not to waste our vote by voting for the lessor of two evils but then you ask us to vote for someone that is essentially the lessor of three evils. I agree he would be a good president but we all knew he ultimately was going to loose so why couldn’t we put up someone that was not a republican dressed up to be a Libertarian (wasting our candidate)? Ultimatly a Libertarian politician shouldn’t be a polititian. DWPerry fits that discription. I think he is nuts but he’ll tell you what he thinks and not what he thinks you want to here so you vote for him and what he thinks is simple Do what you want and be happy just don’t force anyone else to do the same.