Who can participate?

I'm mostly a libertarian, but I don't agree with [issue X]. What do you have to say about that?

We welcome all who love liberty. The FSP is not a lockstep movement, requiring all who join to subscribe to a long list of agreements on every point. There is no "Grand Platform." All we ask is that you agree that government's maximum role should be to help individuals defend themselves from force and fraud. We welcome you and support your desire to live peacefully according to your values. We ask only that you support others in their right to do the same.

  • Jul 7 2013 

I'm in the armed forces. How would I declare my move to the Free State?

Active-duty personnel can select a "home of record." This home of record may be in any state, and you are allowed to vote in that state's elections by absentee ballot. Or you may select New Hampshire as your "state of legal residence," which is the determining factor for income and personal property taxation, voting, and any other legal resident purposes. This new state of legal residence remains in effect until abandoned through the overt act of selecting a different one.

  • Jul 7 2013 

Who is welcome as an FSP participant?

Anyone who agrees with and signs the following Statement of Intent: I hereby state my solemn intent to move to the state of New Hampshire. Once there, I will exert the fullest practical effort toward the creation of a society in which the maximum role of civil government is the protection of life, liberty, and property. Join now.

  • Jul 7 2013 

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