The advantages of New Hampshire relative to other states due to its political environment.
The New Hampshire Liberty Alliance (NHLA) is a non-partisan coalition working to increase personal freedom through education, political action, and charity. They actively lobby for and against legislation, rate legislators based on their pro- or anti-freedom voting records, recruit and train liberty candidates, and help organize fundraisers for those in need.
New Hampshire has an active, peaceful community that engages in civil disobedience and generally challenges authorities. Activities such as organizing groups to publicly smoke marijuana, conducting open-carry litter pickups, filming police encounters, and detouring traffic prior to police checkpoints take place on a regular basis.
New Hampshire has several gun rights organizations (Gun Owners of New Hampshire, Women's Defense League of New Hampshire, and Pro-Gun New Hampshire to name a few) that successfully work to expand gun freedoms and protect the state’s shall-issue concealed carry permit process, free open-carry laws, and the stand-your-ground law.
Dozens of successful, pro-liberty organizations have been created and reinforced, addressing education, taxes, guns, homeschooling, drugs, currency, and many other issues. Whatever your interest, you will likely find an existing group you can help or people willing to join you in the creation of a new one.
New Hampshire offers small, easy-to-canvass voting districts. Each member of the House of Representatives represents about 3,300 people.
New Hampshire has many liberty-minded members of its state government who are unaffiliated with the Free State Project.
There are more than 20 Free Staters who have served, or are currently serving, as elected members of the State House of Representatives. Free Staters have been elected as Democrats and Republicans.
New Hampshire culture still reflects its famous motto, "Live Free or Die."
The Free State Project has been endorsed by many in the pro-liberty community, including Ron Paul, Penn Jillette, Peter Schiff, Lew Rockwell, and Walter Williams. In addition, the FSP has received support from Judge Andrew Napolitano, John Stossell and Neal Boortz.