Libertarian Sean Haugh says "It's time to vote for me" for U.S. Senate.
“You'll feel a lot of pressure these last few days to pick the lesser of two evils.” Haugh said. “Stand firm and vote for me.”
“Win or lose, by voting for me you are sending a message to the Democrats and Republicans that they will have to be more libertarian and more peaceful if they ever want to win another election.”
Two of the three candidates for North Carolina's 7th Congressional District appeared together "On the Record," the WRAL TV News program hosted by David Crabtree. Democrat Jonathan Barfield Jr. and Libertarian J. Wesley Casteen were in the studio for the program, which aired Oct. 25.
UPDATE: Republican David Rouzer declined to appear on the show with the other two candidates.
Casteen was invited to participate in the program Oct. 20 following his performance at the Oct. 16 debate sponsored by the Greater Smithfield-Selma Area Chamber of Commerce in which all three candidates appeared on stage together.
Sean Haugh won't be producing yard signs for his U.S. Senate campaign because he's environmentally friendly, and thinks they're just roadside litter. But supporters can create their own DIY sign by downloading a hi res PDF file here and printing their own.
Early voting starts today and ends Nov. 1. Election Day is 10 days away, Nov. 4. If you're fortune enough to live in a district where there's a local Libertarian candidate, please vote Libertarian. And everyone in North Carolina can vote for Sean Haugh for U.S. Senate.
In races where there is no Libertarian candidate, there are several resources you can consult to help you make an informed decision.
In addition, there are many judicial candidates on the November 4 ballot, including 19 people running for the state Court of Appeals. These are supposed to be nonpartisan races, and the Libertarian Party of North Carolina does not recommend or endorse judicial candidates. There are also guides available to help you in these decisions as well.Read more