All politics is local.
Help get libertarian governance ideas on the table when issues are up for discussion: run for office in 2015. The 13 municipalities in Wake County will hold elections this year.
These are all nonpartisan races, with low vote totals, so a libertarian win is not unattainable. Filing opens July 3.
Go to the Wake County Board of Elections site for a complete list of officers.
Now is the time for all good Libertarians to sign up for a shift at the LPNC State Fair booth. We have plenty of slots available.
Get a free ticket for yourself, spent a few hours working the booth, and then join your friends, family, or significant other for a full day of fun at the fair. Go to here to sign up.
Let's Wake Up Liberty in North Carolina.
Brian Lewis is now the WakeLP chair. Greg Holland, who was elected at the 2014 convention, resigned June 26 in order to focus his time and energy on personal and business matters. Lewis, who was elected vice chair at the convention, automatically became chair according to our Statement of Organization.
Holland said he will continue to work with the WakeLP, including organizing volunteers for the State Fair in October.