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Jilletta Jarvis Wins NH Libertarian Gubernatorial Primary!
Jilletta Seeks To Win The Hearts & Minds Of NH's Undecided Voters.
Mrs. Jarvis has made great strides in winning over undeclared and independent voters, while also drawing attention from many Democrat and Republican voters as well. Jarvis will be touring the state to introduce her economic growth plan and campaign platform and will continue to hold her weekly Thursday night Facebook Live Question and Answer events. Voters head to the polls November 6, 2018. Sandown NH, September 20,2018– After a grueling and historic Libertarian gubernatorial primary, the first in nearly two decades, Jilletta Jarvis has emerged the victor.
Easily the least recognizable name on this year's ballot, Jilletta Jarvis has made great strides to win over independent and nonplussed voters in New Hampshire. Seen as the "people's candidate," Mrs. Jarvis is campaigning for the everyman - and woman; focusing on issues like education reform, government agency oversight, and lowering New Hampshire's overall tax burden.
Though campaigning mainly to New Hampshire's undeclared voters, she has drawn interest form Democrat and Republican voters as well. Garnering fifty-four percent of Libertarian voters, Mrs. Jarvis goes on to face Republican Governor Chris Sununu and Democrat Molly Kelly in what is sure to be a lively election. Jilletta plans to tour the state in a series of candidate forums and meet the candidate events across the state, introducing voters to her platform which includes an economic growth plan consisting of a five year ramp up period for new business taxes and property tax relief through school funding reform. "The people want a Governor who is on their side; one who listens and cares. That's the kind of Governor I will be." Jarvis said in a statement. Mrs Jarvis hosts a Facebook Live broadcast every Thursday evening at 7pm eastern where voters can ask her any question they like. "It's important for the Governor to be accessible and to put the people first. That's how I've run my campaign from the beginning, and I will continue to do so as Governor." New Hampshire voters make their decision on November 6, 2018.
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