Hi.  My name is Brian Chabot.  I am an ordinary person who aspires to do extraordinary things to make this world a better place.

Brian Chabot is a Moderate, Left-Leaning Libertarian.*
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In 2018, Brian Chabot is running as the Libertarian Party Candidate for New Hampshire Executive Council in District 5.

District 5 is the cities and towns of Amherst, Antrim, Bennington, Brookline, Deering, Dunbarton, Fitzwilliam, Francestown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hillsborough, Hollis, Hudson, Jaffrey, Litchfield, Lyndeborough, Mason, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, New Boston, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Richmond, Rindge, Sharon, Swanzey, Temple, Troy, Weare, Wilton, and Windsor, and the city of Nashua.

Brian Chabot is poised to give you, the People in District 5, unprecedented transparency and accountability for the Governor’s office in Concord.  Give me the opportunity to show you. 

Vote for Brian Chabot for Executive Council.

I hold to the belief that, in the words of Longinus, “To miss a high aim is to fail without shame.”  I will run an honest, open, and transparent campaign — just like I plan to serve you in Concord, honestly, openly, and transparently.

In 2010, I ran for US Senate as an independent.  I was almost entirely self-funded and my expenditures did not exceed $400.  I barely scratched the surface.  In 2014, I re-entered politics by running for US Congress in NH’s second district.  This time around I had the blessings of the state Libertarian Party.  In 2016, I ran again for US Senate, but with the help and support of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire.  Now, in 2018, I am running for Executive Council.  With their help and your we can win this election.

* Brian Chabot is a practical minded, Minarchist Consequentialist Libertarian.  In brief: There exists a need for some form of government.  That government should be the smallest it can be.  One or more non-government non-profit charity organizations or the government where no such charities exist, needs to provide what the People want and need that cannot be best served through the Invisible Hand of economics and implemented in a way that provides the most benefit at the least costs.  One person’s freedom ends where another person’s freedom begins.  Liberty is a direction in which we must constantly strive to move.  With practical considerations it may be necessary to take a small step in the direction of Liberty rather than cause great damage by taking too large a step at once.

© 2010 Brian Chabot for Executive Council: An ordinary man… determined to do the extraordinary.