Oh, “White House Friend <Anonymous1@yahoo.com>” from 220.127.116.11 (T-Mobile network)….. Do you have a copy of that video with all the crazy allegations against me from the first time I ran for US Senate? It is no longer available no YouTube and I’d really like a copy to show my friends. I find it so amusing you […]
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Ballot Access Petitions are in. Let’s get them signed!
If anyone wants to print fliers or other campaign material to hand out, please use recycled and recyclable paper. If you can afford it, please use one of the various recycled card stocks with seeds embedded in it. Having received a large number of fliers for various campaigns recently, that were shiny, new, non-recyclable paper, […]
By unanimous consent of the New Hampshire Libertarian Party in convention on 16 January 2016, Brian Chabot is the NH Libertarian Candidate for US Senate in 2016
2016 US Senate Candidate (Libertarian, NH) Brian Chabot joins with MSF in condemning the bombing of the hospital in #Kunduz and demands #IndependentInvestigation
14 years ago today, I was a contractor at Universal Data Stream, and late for work, stuck in traffic. NPR reported a “small plane” had crashed into the World Trade Center. I spent much of the day streaming video feeds and coordinating check-ins of friend and family. A handful of men managed to take down […]
The way I see the Climate Change debate: Two children arguing whether crumbs on the floor cause ants while I am saying we need to clean up the mess.
Yesterday was the election. Today, I would like to announce my intention to run for New Hampshire’s seat in the US Senate in 2016. To do this, I hope to start ramping up support *now*. Let’s take our time, do it right, and make it happen in 2016. Here is what we need to do: […]
When I stepped back into politics this time, I did so with the backing of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire. I’ve never really been one for party politics. I’d rather present my views and let the people at large decide if I would be the best to represent them. I tried that in 2010 […]
Getting laid off in the spring is a bad thing ™. The quarter is ending and no one seems to hire in the summer. The good news though, is that things are picking up. I have some fantastic organizations looking at my resume. I interviewed with one a few days ago and I have another […]