Today is the day: please vote!

Manchester, NH, November 3, 2020 – Today is Election Day! If you haven’t already voted absentee, you’ll need to vote in-person. If you don’t know where to vote, you can find your polling place and hours here (note: all polls are open until at least 7p). If the Libertarians get…

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Quick update from Darryl

Manchester, NH, October 13, 2020 – This is a quick update October 14th is the first campaign financing deadline before the election. Darryl is looking to raise $20,000 online before Wednesday. Can you send your urgent support today? Next Tuesday, October 20 at 9a, Darryl W. Perry will host a…

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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…

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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…

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Stop predictive policing!

A recent Union Leader Editorial said predictive policing should be fixed rather than abolished. The problem is that predictive policing can’t be fixed. Thanks to a FOIA request by the Brennan Center we know that, in NYC specifically, the data falls into three categories: Time and Location; Individuals predisposed to…

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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….

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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…

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In support of sanctuary cities

There has been a lot of news and commentary critical of so-called sanctuary city policies. I have to wonder how many critics actually know what a sanctuary city is? With warrant articles on the ballot in several NH municipalities next week, I think it’s important for people to know the…

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Stop the War on Homelessness

The Union Leader on Monday published an article about people lining up as early as 8a Sunday morning for the Trump rally that began at 7p Monday evening. I’d be lying to say I’m surprised the Manchester Police didn’t issue citations to those who camped outside the SNHU Arena. As…

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Opposition to deployment of troops from New Hampshire

Since 2001 when Congress passed S.J. Res. 23 a “Joint Resolution to authorize the use of United States Armed Forces against those responsible for the recent attacks launched against the United States” often called the “Authorization for Use of Military Force” or AUMF, the US Military – including members of…

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