Libertarian Presidential Primary

hornbergerfbcoverThere will be a Libertarian Party Presidential Preference Primary (say that 3 times fast) on March 3rd, 2020.

The primary is non-binding because the LP selects their Presidential candidate at their national convention, which is in Austin, Texas (May 21 – 25, 2020). However, the primary gives the LP the opportunity to gain media and name recognition earlier during the election cycle.

It also provides an excellent opportunity to reach out to Unaffiliated voters, who are eligible and invited to cast their vote in our primary. The higher the turnout, the stronger the message it sends to the two establishment parties.

A message that we refuse to support the lesser of two evils. We want political power returned to the rightful owners, We The People.

For example, presidential candidate, Jacob Hornberger has been campaigning heavily not only in NC but here in Cabarrus County, which earned him a mention in the local paper.

Jacob and I intend to campaign together here in Cabarrus, before the March primary. Hopefully, we will have the opportunity to campaign together after he wins the Libertarian Party nomination.

Due to Jacob’s 30 plus years of service to the cause of Liberty and the courage and compassion he exemplifies in his relentless fight against the racist War on Drugs, I humbly endorse Jacob Hornberger for the LP presidential nomination.

Thank You

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I appreciate all 8,375 of my neighbors who voted for me. I ended up with 4.14% of the vote in a contest with seven candidates.

 
This is the first time I have run for office since 2010. I raised less than $500. I spent less than a thousand and I have over $400 left over. I managed my own campaign. I put up my own website. I managed my own social media. I put out every LP yard sign by myself. I did not receive a dime from a registered Libertarian living in Cabarrus County.

 
Am I complaining? Absolutely not!
Am I disappointed? Not at all! I am happy, pleased and pumped.
I worked my ass off, by myself and I kicked ass!

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Prepared To Serve

 

Independent Tribune Candidate Profile

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The candidate profile is published online here,…

Background:

I am a 1984 graduate of Central Cabarrus High School, having lived in Cabarrus County since 1972. I am a self-employed journeyman electrician with over 36 years of experience. I served as volunteer youth basketball coach for 15 years (Cabarrus County Parks & Rec. and Philadelphia Presbyterian Church). I currently serve as an officer in a local fraternity. For a snapshot of my 20-year political career, please visit

https://thomashill4cabarrus.com/about/

 

Why are you the best candidate?

I am the only truly independent candidate. My only special interest is to serve the citizens of our county. I am the only local candidate, for any office, with the courage to truly tackle our tragic opioid crisis. Twenty-nine states and D.C. has some sort of legal cannabis (marijuana). Where there is safe access to legal cannabis, opioid-related overdoses have dropped by at least 25 percent. Some states are allowing doctors to prescribe cannabis in lieu of opioid painkillers. I call on the county to declare a public health emergency and immediately decriminalize cannabis and allow patients to grow their own medicine. Cabarrus County should be on the cutting edge of compassion by protecting our God-given right to self-medicate ourselves with natural and organic plants. The war on cannabis is a war on Nature and Humanity and anyone who doesn’t believe this is ignorant, anti-science and downright wrong!

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Cabarrus Magazine Profile

 

My answers for the Cabarrus Magazine’s October Issue Candidates Profile…

 

Q: What is the single biggest issue facing Cabarrus County? What is your plan to address that issue?

A: The opioid crisis. I call for the county to declare a public health emergency and immediately decriminalize cannabis (marijuana) in the county. In states with access to safe, legal cannabis, opioid-related deaths have dropped at least 25 percent. Cabarrus County should be on the cutting edge of compassion and defend its citizens’ God-given right to self-medicate safely.

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Cabarrus Farmers Deserve Better

 

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