by Kevin Landrigan, New Hampshire Union Leader
DUNBARTON — Libertarian Party candidate for State Senate Jason Dubrow believes more New Hampshire residents are becoming open-minded to supporting third parties such as his that oppose the expansion of state government and favor more personal liberty.
Since November’s election, three members of the 400-member New Hampshire House of Representatives — two Republicans and one Democrat — have switched to become Libertarian.
“I suspect we will see more Libertarian switches,” said Dubrow, a 38-year-old computer engineer.
Libertarians won automatic status on the ballot by getting at least 4 percent of the vote in the race for U.S. Senate last fall…
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