These are the LPNC candidates who are on the ballot in 2018 across North Carolina…one of our largest slate of candidates ever, and the second largest number of Libertarian candidates running in the USA (after only Texas) in 2018! Where available, we have included contact info for each candidate. The election is 6 November; early voting runs from 17 October to 3 November. The last day to register to vote is 12 October.
US House of Representatives District 11—Clifton B. Ingram, Jr.
NC Senate District 2—Tim Harris
NC Senate District 4—Jesse Shearin
NC Senate District 20—Jared Erickson
NC Senate District 22—Ray Ubinger
NC Senate District 30—R. Michael Jordan
NC Senate District 43—Mitchell D. Bridges
NC House Of Representatives District 3—T. Lee Horne, III
NC House Of Representatives District 18—Joseph D. Sharp
NC House Of Representatives District 19—David Perry
NC House Of Representatives District 25—Nick Taylor
NC House Of Representatives District 28—Walt Rabon
NC House Of Representatives District 30—Matthew Wagoner
NC House Of Representatives District 37—Guy Meilleur
NC House Of Representatives District 38—Bobby Yates Emory
NC House Of Representatives District 56—Matthew P. Clements
NC House Of Representatives District 58—Randolph W (Randy) Crow
NC House Of Representatives District 91—Steve Brenneis
Allegheny County Board of Commissioners—John Goudreau
Buncombe County Sheriff—Tracey Debruhl
Perquimons County Board of Commissioners—Alan Lennon
Wake County Board Of Commissioners District 1—Tim Jowers
We are deeply saddened by the news of the passing of Tim Jowers and his wife and children in an automobile accident on September 19, 2018. We extend our deepest condolences to his family and loved ones in this difficult time.
We knew Tim as a dedicated Libertarian, candidate for Wake County Board of Commissioners and friend. Tim was passionate and excited about the role he could play in guiding the governance of Wake County toward a place where everyone could feel welcomed and respected. We have lost a good person, a dedicated husband and father, and a strong advocate for liberty.
Our thought and prayers are with those who feel his loss.
It is too late to remove or replace Tim’s name on the ballot and so it will still appear there for all Wake County voters. Should enough people vote for Tim to have elected him, WakeLP will name someone to serve his term.
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