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Re: “The N.C. Wholesalers Association Says Barrel Cap Bill Won't Help Breweries, Attacks Them Anyway

The Libertarian Party has been working hard to explain this basic free market issue to voters in North Carolina.
www.lpnc.org/second_chance_to_buy_a_free_b…

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Posted by David Ulmer on 04/11/2017 at 10:17 PM

Re: “The INDY’s Endorsements for the N.C. General Assembly

The Indy has likely chosen to ignore the Libertarian party as its editors are keenly aware of the appeal the Libertarian party has to so many young and truly independent voters. I have some positions that overlap with Cynthia Ball in House 49, like repealing HB2. I should also note the introduction of third party representatives to Jones Street would really "shake things up". However, the Indy is aware of how competitive House 49 is so they ignored the fact that a Libertarian was in the race. All of the other media outlets I have interacted with so far have at least reported that three individuals are running in House 49. The Indy claims to represent minorities and free thinkers. I assume they want people to vote their conscious and to consider all the candidates. I guess that is just rhetoric; the Indy might as well just be a DNC propaganda arm. Real change will come as the Libertarian party establishes itself as a real alternative to the broken two party system. David Ulmer, LIB for House 49.

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Posted by David Ulmer on 10/19/2016 at 10:00 PM

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