The Wake County Libertarian Party will co-host an election party in Raleigh Tuesday night at which Libertarian Party of North Carolina candidates for Governor and US Senate will be the headline speakers.
- Where: Proof Five Points, 1620 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh
- When: Tuesday, November 8th…the party starts at 7pm; candidates will be available for interviews anytime but won’t be speaking to the crowd until the election results are reported
- What: Cash bar; attendance and (while supplies last) finger food and soft drinks are free
- Who: Candidates expected to appear to give victory or concession speeches as appropriate include:
- Governor—Lon Cecil
- US Senate—Sean Haugh
- NC Senate 15—Brad Hessel (Wake)
- NC Senate 17—Susan Hogarth (Wake)
- NC Senate 20—Barbara Howe (Granville, Durham)
- NC House 11—Brian Lewis (Wake)
- NC House 36—Steven Seay (Wake)
- NC House 37—Rob Rose (Wake)
- NC House 38—Olen Watson (Wake)
Campaign staff and volunteers, party officials, and the media are all invited, as well as any member of the public looking for company to cheer on the Gary Johnson/Bill Weld ticket and the North Carolina Libertarian candidates. The party is hosted by the NC Johnson/Weld campaign, and co-sponsored by the Libertarian Party of North Carolina and several campaign organizations, in addition to the WakeLP.
“We already had the most number of Libertarian candidates on the ballot in Wake County in over a decade and we are anticipating record-breaking vote totals,” stated WakeLP Chair Lewis (also the Libertarian candidate for NC House 11). “So we figured we should put on the best election night party, too!”