Perry receives major endorsement

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Manchester, NH, October 23, 2020 – Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Darryl W. Perry is honored to receive an endorsement from Dr. Jo Jorgensen. Jorgensen holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Clemson University, and is the 2020 Libertarian Presidential nominee. …

Perry to attend campaign rallies and debates

Manchester, NH, October 1, 2020 – Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Darryl W. Perry will participate in the Greater Nashua Area Branch NAACP’s Gubernatorial Forum tonight at 6p. The event is co-hosted by Black Lives Matter Nashua. Anyone interested in attending needs to register in advance using this link. In addition to …

Reasons why Darryl W. Perry is better than Feltes and Sununu

The Republican Party has unsurprisingly nominated Chris Sununu, who is seeking a third term as Governor. New Hampshire would have an Independent Redistricting Commission if not for Sununu’s veto pen, despite the overwhelming support for creation of such a commission. Sununu and the Republican-led Legislature in 2017 adopted a pair …

Darryl W. Perry is officially on the general election ballot for Governor

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Manchester, NH, September 2, 2020 –  The Libertarian Party of New Hampshire, after getting a 35% reduction in the number of valid petitions, submitted 2,957 verified petitions to the Secretary of State’s office to place Darryl W. Perry on the general election ballot. The Secretary of State’s …

Open Letter to Black Lives Matter Nashua

To Black Lives Matter Nashua, I’m the Libertarian candidate for Governor. Earlier this month, I wrote an essay addressing some of these issues, while others have been addressed in my campaign issues since I launched the campaign in December. I endorse your seven demands, as well as the #8CantWait campaign. …

Black Lives Matter, protests, and the search for justice

Over the last week, protests against police violence – sparked by the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis – have sprung up not just across America but as far away as Argentina, Iran, Kenya, and New Zealand. President Trump has condemned these as “violent protests” and blames “professional anarchists,” however …