Voters deserve an opportunity to hear what the candidates have to say, and those voters need to know that candidates are truly listening.
The LPNC Executive Committee has finalized the LPNC's 2020 Strategic Plan, defining our strategies, goals and objectives, and setting strategic priorities.
In adopting the plan, LPNC Chair J.J. Summerell noted that it will always be “A work in progress.” “Unlike the U.S. Constitution,” he quipped, “it is a 'living document.”
“The future is unknowable,” said Ken Penkowski, Strategic Planning Committee chair. “There will be specific challenges and opportunities that simply cannot be predicted by this or any other committee in developing general courses of action for the future. This does not invalidate this effort or these results.”
The plan includes a statement of the vision and mission of the LPNC.
Our vision is:
A free, peaceful and prosperous North Carolina where every individual has the opportunity to pursue their unique vision of a rewarding and enriching life.
The LPNC mission is to: Leverage our political influence at the state and local levels to promote candidates and policy consistent with our platform.
The plan also identifies four strategic priorities:
- Policy Influence and Election Support
- Constituency Development
Read the full plan here.
Eric Cable explains why Democrats, Republicans, and Independents should vote Libertarian, especially for him for state House District 104, in these three videos.Read more
Libertarian candidate Sean Haugh wasn't invited to the U.S. Senate debate being aired tonight. But he's not upset. In fact, he won't even be listening.
“I'm going to spend the night doing something truly productive by showing up for my regular shift at work delivering pizzas,” he said in his latest YouTube video statement.
“Don't be fooled; they aren't talking to you tonight,” Haugh said of his opponents, Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis. “Those two are auditioning for the political class over which one puts the best face on corporate special interest control of our government.”
Haugh said that if anyone wants to know what he thinks they should follow his campaign manger, Rachel Mills, on Twitter @ladyjade during the program.
“She speaks for me just fine,” he said.
Haugh has been invited to the debate scheduled in Wilmington Oct. 9 and sponsored by the League of Women Voters.
“I'm so grateful to the League for always being inclusive and respecting the true principles of democracy,” he said.