As we begin the 2022 Legislative Session, I’d like to let you know that I’m keeping my eyes open on several bills related to ballot access, voting rights, recall, referendum, and proportional representation, as well as bills regarding decriminalization of psilocybin and the legalization of cannabis. As with many things, the process of holding Legislative Committee hearings appears to be heading towards a hybrid model (in-person and online) which will allow me to renew my lobbying activities.
Darryl W. Perry
President, New Hampshire Libertas
Historically, advocates for liberty have been poorly represented on most issues in legislative hearings, because lobbyists generally represent special interests with big money. Having a lobbyist working in your interests by weighing in on legislation and influencing members of the Legislature is of the utmost importance. Now you can have a lobbyist who will represent you and your support for individual rights, minimal government and maximum freedom!
New Hampshire Libertas serves the people through liberty-oriented advocacy and action within the Legislature. The brainchild of 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential candidate, Darryl W. Perry, New Hampshire Libertas engages in a variety of ethical activities to influence and encourage the New Hampshire Legislature to adopt a pro-liberty stance when crafting, and voting, on legislation. From building interpersonal relationships with Legislators to testifying in legislative hearings, New Hampshire Libertas works tirelessly to represent the interests of the free people of New Hampshire by ensuring the flame of liberty never extinguishes.
Our goal is to acquire a mere $5,000 per year in contributions from people like you to help pay for travel and administrative expenses. Whether you choose to make a one-time contribution of $50 or $25, or set up a recurring monthly payment of $10 or $5, your contribution helps bring us that much closer to achieving our goals and ensuring liberty in our lifetime.
New Hampshire Libertas is a not-for-hire public interest lobbying firm and think tank.
Election Law (specifically ballot access reform and voter rights), Freedom of Information / Government Transparency, Criminal Justice Reform