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93% to Goal of 20,000 in 5 Days

Never before have we seen such growth! The counter now stands at 18,643, that's more than 93% to our 20,000 goal. At this rate, we will Trigger the Move sooner than anyone can imagine!

This acceleration is directly attributable to paid Facebook ads targeted to people who think like we do. For the first time, we are able to reach a huge new audience who might never before have heard of the Free State Project, but once they do, they love the concept. It was like that for me. I was disillusioned with national politics and disgusted with the burgeoning police state. I was seriously considering leaving the U.S. Then I discovered the Free State Project. The rest, as they say, is history.

Union Leader: Libertarian group Free State Project says it is nearing its goal to move to NH with 20,000 people

Writes the Union Leader, New Hampshire's largest newspaper:

"Free Staters at their core are libertarians who believe in individual freedom and choice and that less government serves freedom best."

The article discusses the "pay-it-forward" community, what early movers are working on, what the future might hold, and more.

Like the accelerated growth? Watch this video then PLEASE give your most generous donation today. Thanks for your support!

Libertarians Are Moving to NH

As for New Hampshire, a presidential candidate’s performance is not the only measure of the success of libertarianism, Gericke said. The Free State Project is 90 percent [92%!!! Support our efforts] of the way to its goal of moving 20,000 libertarians into New Hampshire to become a powerful voting bloc and serve as a model for other states.

“We’ve seen bumper growth in the libertarian movement here,” Gericke said. “The trend in libertarianism is moving away from national politics with more of a focus on states with low taxes and a high quality of life. The idea is to build New Hampshire as a place where personal freedom and economic freedom works. Ultimately, we’d like to transport that notion to other states.”

Read more at The Blaze. Photo credit: The Blaze/AP

92% and Growing Fast!

Another 1% growth in signers in less than a week! We are now at 18,406 signers, or 92% of the way to our goal of 20,000. These amazing results are directly attributable to the Facebook ad campaigns targeted at a broad new audience of liberty lovers. People are seeking answers to the encroaching police state and the dismal nature of national politics.

The Free State Project offers a proven solution. We know that concentrating liberty activists in the state of New Hampshire has lead to the expansion of civil and economic liberties. We know that being in a community of like-minded people makes life better. Becoming a Free Stater and moving to New Hampshire means you have chosen a purpose-driven, principled life!

1% Growth in 9 Days! Let's Trigger the Move!

I have to stop and pinch myself! 1% signer growth in just 9 days? I'm dancing around the kitchen with my hands in the air like the Ron Paul "It's Happening!" gif.

And it IS happening! And it's about time. Thousands of early movers have been paving the way for this moment, and it's getting near. It's hard not to be excited!

How come the signer rate is accelerating now? For the past few months, we have been running targeted Facebook ad campaigns. This has resulted in 1-2% growth in signers per month, averaging up to 24 per DAY. We are now connecting directly to a new, large audience of pro-liberty people looking for answers. The Free State Project offers a proven solution.

The only thing holding us back is being able to spend more on ads to get more signers! We want to turn on the spigot!

Help us Trigger the Move! Watch this video and then please DONATE TODAY.

Introducing GenCourtMobile

A friend of the FSP, Seamus Casey, has built a new app to help activists track pending legislation. Here, for informational purposes only, are more details:

Are you a liberty lover wanting to become more active in the New Hampshire legislative process? If so, then there are two things you need to do:

1) become a Full or Lifetime member of the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance;

2) easily and quickly get involved by using GenCourtMobile.

What is the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance (NHLA)? The NHLA is a non-partisan coalition working to increase individual freedom in New Hampshire, primarily focusing on the bills and legislators in New Hampshire General Court (the state legislature).

What is GenCourtMobile (GCM)?
GCM is a mobile app that streamlines the process of tracking bills, committee hearings, legislator voting records, and more.

Not sure which bills to track, or how to track them?
Then simply subscribe to the bill topics you are most passionate about.

90% and Accelerating: The Free State Project Gets Ready to “Trigger The Move”

Over 18,000 Activists Have Pledged to Move to New Hampshire as Free State Project Approaches its Goal

The Free State Project is an unprecedented movement -- once 20,000 libertarians pledge to participate, it will “Trigger the Move,” and they will make their way to New Hampshire within five years. The organization has now exceeded 90% of its goal with more than 18,000 pledged participants, and almost 2,000 “early movers” have already made New Hampshire their new home with fresh faces coming in every week.

“This is the culmination of a decade of work and we’re just months away from reaching our 20,000 participant goal,” says Carla Gericke, President of the Free State Project. “Early movers have purchased about $40 million in New Hampshire real estate, and many have brought businesses and jobs with them.”

NH DOE Fails to Get Injunction Against Croydon re School Choice

On December 14, 2015 the presiding judge of the Strafford Superior Court, Justice Brian T. Tucker, denied the injunction brought by the NH Department of Education and Attorney General against the Croydon School Board. The NH DOE and AG claimed that the four Croydon students would be irreparably harmed if allowed to remain at the Newport Montessori School as part of the town’s school choice program. In the court’s ruling, the judge said that the NH DOE previously allowed students to remain in their private schools and had advance knowledge that the board intended to continue their program in the 2015-2016 school year, but did not take immediate action at those times. The judge cites another case that said “[A]ny delay in moving for a preliminary injunction “generally destroys the presumption of irreparable harm.” See the photos below for a full copy of the ruling.

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