Guest Post: Support The Liberty ND PAC
As a former candidate for District House 42, I wanted to raise some awareness about an organization that stood by me all the way through a close election, losing by 19 votes and winning two out of four precincts. They are the Liberty ND PAC, a group of individuals committed to getting true conservatives and limited government-minded people elected to political offices in North Dakota.
This past primary election, they not only helped me stand toe to toe with the Republican Party’s financially backed opponents but assisted in the victories of Joe Miller in District 10 as well as Nathan Toman in District 34. For a group that was started only a few months ago following the NDGOP convention, this is very impressive.
In our post-primary days, you are going to see a good number of candidates endorsed by Liberty ND PAC as they lead the charge for less government and less burdensome regulations. Despite losing myself, I cannot tell you how excited I am about a number of conservative candidates who I believe will be solid in principle and effective.
Candidates must sign a pledge which honors individual liberties and safeguards our state from unconstitutional federal actions through the Tenth Amendment.
This organization, led by Andrea Toman and former Governor candidate Paul Sorum, is already having a significant impact upon state politics as mentioned above but are always limited by the amount of help they receive.
If you’re interested in getting government out of our lives and out of our wallets, and would like to participate in much more than just monitoring the SayAnything blog, then I’m appealing to you to join the team and assist in restoring the proper role of government in North Dakota.
Liberty ND PAC is looking for people to spread the word about their cause, volunteers and if possible, contributors and donors.
There could not be a better time to join this fight in light of increased state spending and the increasing size and scope of our government in North Dakota.
Visit LibertyND.com to see how you can help today.
Mike Peterson is a former NDGOP legislative candidate in District 42 and the editor/publisher of After 5, a Grand Forks-based publication.Tags: guest posts, liberty nd pac, mike peterson, North Dakota News