Lloyd's move story

On Grafton Pond

When I first heard about the Free State Project I felt the same excitement that I experienced when I heard they were forming a National Libertarian Party back in early 1972. I had hopes the party would bring the libertarian philosophy into the mainstream. Well, that didn’t happen:)

I joined the FSP about a year after it was formed. I assumed that Alaska or another Western state would win and although I wasn’t moving out of New England, I was willing to support the organization in any way I could. When I got on the forum I realized that NH had a good chance of winning, decided on moving here then,and, now we know the outcome:)

Living in Hartford and Windsor, Connecticut, I was never more than a few hours from almost any NH event and I spent quite a bit of time day tripping to meet and greets and other events particularly in Keene and at the Jim & Lauren build in Winchester.

Dan's Moving Story

Even when facing the daunting activist-commute from Rhode Island, Dan made himself a key Ron Paul volunteer in New Hampshire. Now he's here full-time.

Dr. Mary Ruwart Absolutely Endorses the FSP

"I've heard a lot about it, I think it's a great idea, that's how we can get a concentrated dose of libertarianism in one state, and hopefully make a change in that state. Does the Free State Project have Dr. Mary Ruwart's endorsement? Absolutely!"

Dr. Mary Ruwart was a 2008 candidate for the Libertarian Party presidential ticket, and author of Healing Our World.

Here is her interview on libertarian radio program Free Talk Live. She was also a keynote speaker at the 2009 New Hampshire Liberty Forum. Watch the video interview of Dr. Ruwart at that event.


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