Libertarian Ian Freeman: Top Rated Candidate by Marijuana Policy Project and NH Firearms Coalition

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This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who knows anything about libertarians, but for the record, I’m honored to receive top ratings from both the Marijuana Policy Project and the New Hampshire Firearms Coalition.

Of the three candidates in the race for NH Senate District 10, I was the only one to receive a recommendation from the Marijuana Policy Project, while the Republican and Democrat in the race received a middle “unknown, uncertain, or less favorable” rating.  You can see MPP’s full state senate voting guide here.

I also received a “A” from the New Hampshire Firearms Coalition, once again, as they’d previously endorsed me in my 2016 run for the Democrat gubernatorial primary.  Here’s their ratings PDF for Western New Hampshire.

For those unaware, libertarians believe in the non-aggression principle which says we don’t support the use of aggressive force.  Prohibitions should therefore be ended and people who want to own/produce/sell weapons and chemicals or plants should be free to do so.  Live free or die.

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5 Comments

  1. It didn’t come as a shock to me! What I’m more shocked by is that the democrats and republicans in district 10 aren’t for both of these things. Live free or die is in the New Hampshire state motto for christ sake. How can someone be from a place like this and be so authoritarian. You’d think they’d have fled to MA by now.

  2. Wow, that and ten cents will buy you a cup of coffee. You are being promoted by activists. You are an activist so it doesn’t surprise anyone. Enjoy your limelight but don’t burn yourself on the bulb.

  3. Say Jacks, did you know that activists in NH are known to vote? Boy, it’s a right shame you don’t live in NH, eh pookums? Then you could use that vote of yours to do something about this.

  4. So Mr. Drac, do you live and vote in New Hampshire?

  5. I live and vote in NH.

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