Darryl Perry Moderates Keene Mayoral Debate

Originally posted at The Saturnalian

Aerial view of Keene, New Hampshire
Image: Keene Public Library

On Tuesday, Free Press Publications owner and Free Keene member Darryl Perry moderated a mayoral debate for Keene, New Hampshire, a city of about 24,000 people. The Keene Liberty Alliance, a local libertarian organization to which Perry belongs, hosted the debate.

Incumbent Mayor Kendall Lane, Councilman Kris Roberts, and private citizen Rick Blood, all participated in the debate, which lasted about an hour.  Issues covered included taxes, ethics, and the “heroin epidemic” in Keene.

Interestingly, the moderator Perry was a candidate for Mayor of Keene in 2013 facing both Lane and Roberts.  He is currently running for President of the United States as a Libertarian.  Perry’s presidential candidacy has gained notice for his refusal to file with the FEC.

Video of the Keene mayoral debate is posted below.  The primary election will be held October 6 and the general (runoff) election will be on November 3.

Special thanks to Darryl Perry for posting the link on IPR’s September 2015 Open Thread.

For additional debate articles see:

Video Released of Franklin Pierce Debate Featuring Andy Martin

Video Released of Robert Milnes at 2012 Alternative Candidates Debate

Saturn’s Repository article on the importance of public debate, including a chronicle of the first radio-broadcast presidential debate from 1948

One response to “Darryl Perry Moderates Keene Mayoral Debate

  1. There’s something about that aerial photo of Keene that I really like. It’s beautiful. It said on Flickr that the photo was taken sometime around the ’50s. I hope it looks the same there today.

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