On the night before the New Hampshire election, many voters in New Hampshire will be asking the same question: of the many candidates on the ballot, which viable candidates will vote to reduce the size of government? By then it’s too late to research the candidates, so we've done the research for you.
When do I vote?
Vote on Tuesday, September 11th. Check the New Hampshire Secretary of State website for complete election information. http://sos.nh.gov/VoteNH.aspx
If I am not currently registered to vote, can I still vote on Election Day?
Yes. Register at your polling location directly before you vote. If you have a
government-issued ID, bring it with you.
May I load this information onto my cellular phone and bring it into a voting booth?
Yes. If there is no cellular phone coverage at your voting location, download the sample ballot to your phone. If your voting location has cellular coverage, you will be able to view the sample ballot via this website.
May I take a printout of my ballot with me into a voting booth?
Yes. If you take a sheet of paper into a voting booth, please remember to take it with you when you leave.
How do I help spread the word about Liberty Ballot?
Some good options are emailing the website to your friends, co-workers and family; posting links to the website on Facebook; following and retweeting Liberty Ballot on Twitter; and spreading the word on Instagram.
Why isn’t candidate X marked on the ballot?
There are a few possible reasons, including: it’s not a contested race,
Liberty Ballot thinks another candidate is better, there are multiple good candidates in the race, and there are no liberty candidates in the race.
Is Liberty Ballot affiliated with any group or organization?
No. Liberty Ballot is 100% independent. Liberty Ballot makes recommendations, not endorsements. Several people are involved in researching and vetting candidates.