Free State Update


The Free State Project is celebrating the commitment of 1000 liberty-lovers to move to New Hampshire even before the group meets its target.

The national movement to recruit pro-liberty, small government activists to move to New Hampshire to concentrate their political efforts declared success this week in recruiting its first 1000 early-moving "pioneers."
The Free State Project (FSP) ran an almost yearlong campaign to sign up 1000 people to move early to the chosen state of New Hampshire while the Project continues to recruit for its ultimate goal of 20,000 participants. Those who sign up for the Project agree to move once all 20,000 have committed (currently, more than 7500 have signed up). But these "First 1000" have agreed to move within two years, regardless of when the others are recruited.

Three years ago, Jackson Kuhl paid tribute to the first Free State Project.