Mike Nelson is the Libertarian candidate for North Carolina House of Representatives District 35.
Mike was born in New York and came to North Carolina in 1997 after graduating from Whittier College in southern California.
He’s worked at IBM since 1999, currently as a manager supporting critical customers of IBM Cloud offerings. He said IBM has given him the wonderful opportunity to travel the world, meet some wonderful people, and “see the sights.”
Mike served on the board of directors of the former Raleigh Ensemble Players, embracing the degree in theatre arts he received at Whittier. He’s also served as president of a local homeowners association for nine years.
Travis Groo is the Libertarian candidate for North Carolina Senate District 17.
Travis was born and raised in Texas but has lived all across the south. He earned a bachelor’s degree in communication arts from the University of West Florida. Being Texas born and bred, Travis understands the value of independence and raising a family in a free society.
He’s a father of two, a loyal friend, and a businessman in Cary. He works in the transportation/logistics industry as a pick-up and delivery driver for a major trucking company, Old Dominion. He’s been very busy during COVID-19 making deliveries to essential businesses including hospitals and grocery stores.
Liam Leaver is the Libertarian candidate for North Carolina House of Representatives District 37.
Liam was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. He joined the Army in 2009 and served on active duty until 2017 when he moved to North Carolina with his fiancée and joined the North Carolina National Guard.
After his discharge a few months ago, he became a full-time student at Wake Tech while working as a compressed gas blender with a major gas company in Durham.
Liam lives in Holly Springs.
Note: Since doing this interview, Liam has taken a new job as an electric company regulatory and compliance tech.