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ZACHARY DUMONT

Doing More and Doing It Better

As New Hampshire’s next Congressman, I will work hard to build bridges between our Congress and our President, and help better the lives of millions of Americans. New Hampshire's Live Free or Die attitude is more than just a saying, it's a way of life!

 

NEWS ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN

Making Headlines

AND THEY'RE IN!

5 August 2020

After a long and grueling petitioning season, amid a national pandemic and numerous unexpected obstacles, the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire has handed in all 4,000+ ballot petitions required for its 1st and 2nd district candidates. Councilor Dumont, who drove 370 miles today, was glad for the opportunity to see the state and interact with Town/City clerks across the state.

Clerks will have until Aug 26 to determine the validity of all petitions passed in and inform the Libertarian Party’s campaigns the number of valid petitions. Following Judge LaPlante’s order, Councilor Dumont requires 975 petitions in order to be certified for ballot access. There’s no question that we have enough, but we’ll have to wait and see.

LPNH VICTORIOUS OVER CHRIS SUNUNU & BILL GARDNER

28 July 2020

Federal Court Judge LaPlante rules in favor of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire and has granted our candidates a 35% reduction in the number of candidate petitions needed to appear on the general election ballot. When asked about the ruling, Councilor Dumont said, “It was both appalling and telling to see that neither Governor Sununu who was willfully negligent, nor Secretary of State Gardner who was dutifully silent, were unwilling to offer the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire such reasonable accommodations that it need be mandated by judicial order.”

Councilor Dumont and his fellow candidates for office are moving forward in meeting our petition requirements and will be submitting petitions soon.

DUMONT FILES FOR OFFICE

3 June 2020

Today, Zachary was joined by a number of his supporters and fellow candidates for office at the New Hampshire State House to declare his candidacy for House of Representatives. Zachary reports that he had a productive conversation with New Hampshire’s Secretary of State regarding the ballot petitions and the impending lawsuit to be filed by the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire. Dumont was quoted as saying

“Regardless of the turn out of the ballot petition decision, we will overcome any obstacles to ballot access and will run a strong campaign. New Hampshire deserves nothing less.”

DUMONT DECLARES HIS INTENTION TO RUN FOR CONGRESS

15 January 2020

Zachary Dumont is delivering his announcement of his run for Congress at tonight's Town Council meeting in Newmarket. The meeting begins at 7 pm and is open to the public.
Newmarket Town Councilor Zachary S. Dumont was nominated for New Hampshire's first Congressional District at the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire's annual convention on January 5th in Concord, NH.  Pointing to his town council experience, Dumont says that less is more.  "The New Hampshire way is to solve problems at the local level first, before looking to Concord or Washington.  As your Representative, I will work to keep Congress focused on Federal issues and leave how you live, work, and raise your family up to you."

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