The Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire will host an educational forum with Gary Johnson on Saturday evening, January 23 in Concord.
Gary Johnson is the former two-term Governor of the swing state of New Mexico. He is the Chairman of Our America Initiative.
In 1999, Johnson became the highest-ranking elected official in the United States to advocate the repeal of drug prohibition. Saying the War on Drugs was “an expensive bust,” he advocated the decriminalization of both drug use and possession in order to save money and potentially regulate currently illegal drugs.
In the 2008 election campaign, Johnson endorsed Ron Paul for the Republican presidential nomination. He is an avid triathlete who runs extensively and abstains from all recreational drug use, caffeine, alcohol, and some sugar products.
The event will be a reception with a cash bar. Food will not be served, however, we’ll be inviting guests to join us at a local restaurant afterward, for further camaraderie and discussion. The event will be held at the Grappone Center in Concord, NH, and starts at 4:30pm.
REGISTER ONLINE today!
Proceeds from this forum will support pro-liberty Republican candidates for New Hampshire House and Senate. (Thanks to New Hampshire RLC Chair Jim Forsythe for organizing this event.)