Jilletta Jarvis, the Libertarian Party (LP) candidate for governor of New Hampshire, was interviewed on WMUR-TV during a Facebook Live event, while taking questions from viewers.
Jarvis discussed how she was introduced to Libertarianism, the very personal reason she changed her stance on the second amendment, and her view on New Hampshire’s need for a general fund.
Click here to watch excerpts from the Oct. 9 interview event, with WMUR News 9’s anchor and reporter Amy Coveno.
Jarvis’s garnering 4 percent of the vote in the gubernatorial race would serve to secure ballot-qualified status for the LP in New Hampshire.
Learn more about the Jarvis for Governor campaign at JillettaJarvis4NH.com.
Jarvis is joined by more than 30 other N.H. Libertarians running for office at all levels of government this November. Click here to learn more about these candidates.
Nationwide, approximately 800 Libertarians are running for office to offer Americans the chance to vote for individual freedom this November. Learn more about these candidates at LP.org/2018-candidates.