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Wake Libertarians will field a record number of candidates for the 2018 election. Libertarians are contesting 15 of the counties 16 state legislative districts and county commission District 1.
There will also be the first ever Libertarian primary for a U.S. House seat. Registered Libertarians and unaffiliated voters can take part in the primary for U.S. House District 4 on May 8.
"This is a great opportunity for everyone in Wake County to #VoteGold Nov. 6 and send a message to the establishment parties," said Wake Libertarian chair David Ulmer. "Libertarians will have an impact. Your vote will matter."
Go here for a full list of Libertarian candidates in Wake, Durham, and Orange counties.