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Keith and stuff
09-09-2016, 10:05 AM
LibertyBallot.com (http://LibertyBallot.com) - voting recommendations for Tuesday, September 13th in New Hampshire.

Time is short so LibertyBallot.com (http://LibertyBallot.com) has done the research for you. Click on your town and then click “Get Ballot”. A sample ballot filled out with good candidate recommendations will appear. Save the ballot to your phone, bring up the website in the voting booth, or even print out a personal copy of the ballot.

Not sure when or where to vote? See the LibertyBallot.com FAQ (http://libertyballot.com/faq/) for answers to this question and much, much more. There is an extensive FAQ with all types of information on where to vote, how the recommendations were made and much, much more.


Note: It is understandable that some people may not want to vote for one or more of the recommended candidates. That is fine, independent research is always encouraged! If you don't understand why a candidate was recommended, check out the LibertyBallot.com FAQ (http://libertyballot.com/faq/).

09-09-2016, 10:10 AM
we just had our primary. this i know.
i had no idea yours is looming large!

09-10-2016, 07:54 AM
This idea definitely needs to be taken and run with by other states with large liberty activist populations!

Keith and stuff
09-10-2016, 09:11 AM
This idea definitely needs to be taken and run with by other states with large liberty activist populations!

There is a partial copycat this year, but it is in New Hampshire. The Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire has sample ballots for many of the contested primary races for NH House. RLCNH almost exclusively just made endorsements in the NH House races. Their goal isn't to get liberty people elected, but get some of the RINOs with elected records voted out. For example, there is a NH House district with 11 seats. There are 17 candidates for those 11 seats. The RLCNH endorsed 11 candidates, even though some of them are RINOs. The idea is that they endorsed the least bad RINOs in hopes that the worst RINOs don't win reelection.

There are 2 issues with that. First, they are endorsing RINOs. Secondly, the district is so competitive that some of the lessor known liberty candidates aren't likely to win because liberty voters will now be voting for the more well known RINOs along with the less well known liberty candidates. While at the same time, the RINO voters will just be voting for the RINO candidates. The even more fundamental problem with the RLCNH idea is that even if people support it, they still have to go to LibertyBallot.com to know how to vote in the non-NH House races. Still, it is great to see a copycat.

About Sample Ballots
Are you tired of Republicans who vote like Democrats? Would you like to replace them with Republicans who will vote more like Republicans and less like Democrats? Of course you would.
But who's who? Which ones vote badly and which ones vote well?
The answers are below. Just click your town to see a sample ballot with our recommendations.
We have analyzed the voting records to determine which Republicans vote like Democrats. We have identified which candidates are most likely to vote like Republicans, not like Democrats.

Keith and stuff
09-12-2016, 12:37 PM
The day before the election bump is now :) I'm about to go to a several hour long sign wave, my 2nd sign wave of the day, followed by dinner, shower, and sleep. I'll be standing at the polls from 7 to 7 tomorrow. Good luck to everyone!

H. E. Panqui
09-13-2016, 06:14 AM
...anyone who believes there is any honest 'liberty republican' :rolleyes: movement either doesn't know what 'liberty' is...or doesn't understand the stinking positions of said stinking republicans...

...btw, if there ever is a true 'liberty republican' movement the 'liberty republicans' will CERTAINLY be the 'republicans in name only'...

...turn off the stinking republicrat squawk-talk radio and think for yourselves...