Jilletta Jarvis

Jilletta Jarvis, then a candidate for governor, speaks with The Sentinel’s editorial board in 2018.

The war within the state’s Libertarian Party began months ago, with complaints of milquetoast opposition to government pandemic lockdowns. It played out on Twitter, Facebook, and even on a nationally known podcast. It spurred allegations of data theft and prompted the party chair to secretly register a dueling Libertarian Party with the Secretary of State’s Office.

This story originally appeared in the N.H. Bulletin.






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