What’s Your Mover Number? Take This Survey!

If you have moved to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project, please take a moment to complete this survey before November 25th.

We recently sent this survey via an email to all known movers. If you did not receive that email, we may have lost contact with you, or, may not know that you moved. No need to do anything if you already responded to that email.

Once the survey data has been processed, a mover number will be assigned to you, and you will receive a message from us with your number in the coming weeks.

Once this step has been completed, mover numbers will be automatically assigned going forward. New movers will receive their mover number when they update their status to “moved” online.

Your mover number is a reflection of your commitment to more Liberty in Our Lifetime. The lower your number, the bigger your bragging rights! Whether you are one of the First 1,000 Movers, the next 1,000, or even one of the final movers, you are making history!

Take the survey today. (If you don’t respond, you’ll get a best guesstimate number.)

Chris Yonts (not verified)

It's just only SLIGHTLY creepy you want to keep track of everyone and give them a serial number.

Real lovers of freedom do not participate in tracking.

Anonymous (not verified)

I agree with Chris - the "tracking" IS creepy. Please, stop doing that.

At best, it continues the practice of government to delegate all of us into "numbers".

At worse, those numbers could - and may - be used for other purposes other than what they were intended.

Please, re-think this practice.

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