You win some, you lose some. And in this case, Colorado’s loss is the Free State Project’s gain. Lily Tang Williams, the Libertarian Party’s fiery 2016 U.S. Senate candidate, is moving to the Granite State.
“I think maybe I could be more effective here,” Williams told The Colorado Independent from New Hampshire, saying it can be hard to compete in a state as populous and politically diverse as Colorado. Read more here and learn more about Lily Tang Williams, a Chinese immigrant who was born at the start of the Cultural Revolution, and her recent Senate run here.
Carla Gericke (JD, MFA) is an advocate of liberty specializing in localized voluntarism, internet freedom, self-determination, and how responsible human action can lead to peace and prosperity. She is president emeritus of the Free State Project, and lives in New Hampshire with tens of thousands of fellow Ron Paul supporters. In 2014, Carla won a landmark case affirming the 1st Amendment right to film police encounters. She now serves as president of the Foundation for NH Independence, a 501c3 nonprofit that educates Granite Staters on the advantages of peacefully separating from the federal government. Carla is currently running as a Republican candidate for NH State Senate in the Queen City and Goffstown (District 20).