Liberty minded aim to contribute to the political and social landscape of the Granite State
Seeking office is "not necessarily the main goal of the Free State Project or the people who move here," he said.
A real estate agent, he estimated about 20 Free Staters have been elected to the Legislature over the past eight years, with about 10 still holding office.
Warden, who is running for reelection to the Goffstown Planning Board, said he doesn't talk about the Free State Project while campaigning.
Dante Scala, an associate professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire, said the Free State Project hasn't "lived up to all the hoopla" when it sounded like "it was going to be some sort of mass movement."
Still, Scala said he believes Free Staters have participated in the political process.
Scala said Warden's estimates about the number of Free Staters elected to the Legislature "sounds reasonable."
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