I founded Liberty For All to help create a permanent pro-liberty majority and to pave the path for the actualization of pro-liberty policies at all levels of government. Since that time we have won over 85% of our races and our new social-welfare organization continues to work on the education of the electorate and the adoption of pro-liberty legislation.
Far too many groups function as the patron saint of lost causes. We exist to win. Underlying all of our efforts is a commitment to advancing the movement through cost-effective expenditures and the efficient use of technology.
In that vein, we have always been searching for a scalable solution to build the movement. We are proud to announce that we have found it. Focusing on the right races and the right issues was only the first part of the equation. By developing platforms and tools that will help us deploy the message in new ways we can develop force multipliers that will strengthen our advocacy ads and independent expenditures while also empowering activists, candidates, and campaigns all around the country. In the pages that follow we detail our vision to improve the movement’s image and infrastructure.
The progressive left and crony establishment are about to start dumping millions of dollars into state-based infrastructure. We’ve been outspent and beat them before and we’ll do it again – but we need your help to get the next generation of communication technology out to our allies and to ensure that we will be able ... continue reading »
New Hampshire Results
LFA supported eight vulnerable incumbent members of the NH House of Representatives. Each of these candidates received the endorsement and support of LFA in the 2014 election cycle.
Presidential Election years can be challenging for Republicans in NH and this year was no exception. For this reason, we chose eight candidates who represented swing districts. LFA supported these candidates with a targeted direct mail campaign with a message of lower taxes and strengthening the New Hampshire economy.
Of the eight candidates, we had four wins and four losses. Two of the losses have been challenged by recounts. Joe Hannon failed to earn enough votes in his recount to win and Elizabeth Ferreira is down by six votes with a recount scheduled for Tuesday, November 22nd.
Losses Tammy Simmons Eric Eastman Joe Hannon Elizabeth Ferreira – Down six votes, recount scheduled for November 22nd .
State Senator Eric Brakey won reelection with 62% of the vote. LFA supported Senator Brakey with a targeted direct mail program. Senator Brakey is a rising star in the Maine GOP and has a bright future fighting for the principles of liberty.
The campaign to legalize marijuana in Maine, the YES ON 1 Campaign, was victorious. The final vote total was 381,060 to 376,658. Because it was so close, there will be statewide recount. YES ON 1 is expected to prevail in the recount.
Virginia ... continue reading »
Liberty For All hosted 75 energetic donors and strategic partners at the first annual Liberty for All Summit in Austin, Texas. The two day event featured discussions with pro-liberty legislators, including some previously supported by Liberty For All Action Fund, a presentation of our strategic plan, and numerous presentations on how we can grow the movement over the next five years.