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US New Hampshire: Has Libertarian State Rep, First in 20 Years


It's a big day for libertarian history in New Hampshire and nationwide.
For the first time in two decades, the Libertarian Party of NH
(LPNH) has a sitting state representative in the legislature who
is just beginning his first term in office. Caleb Dyer, state
representative for Hudson and Pelham, announced today at a press
conference in Concord's Legislative Office Building that he has
switched his voter registration from republican to libertarian and
has also joined the state party as a dues-paying member. Dyer is a
New Hampshire native who knocked on 2,000 doors in his district,
Hillsborough 37, to win his election in November of 2016.