JANUARY 25, 2024 (RALEIGH)—Gubernatorial candidate Shannon Bray lead off a stream of Libertarian candidates making their case to delegates and activists attending the 2024 Wake County Libertarian Party convention last night at Tobacco Road.Read more
DECEMBER 12, 2023 (RALEIGH)—Shannon Bray filed to run for Governor of North Carolina today, joining a strong lineup of 2024 Libertarian candidates across the state.
DECEMBER 8, 2023 (HOLLY SPRINGS)—The Committee to Elect Shannon Bray today released the following statement by the candidate concerning the resumption of his campaign for election as North Carolina governor, following the successful resolution of trials stemming from his arrests in August on assault and marijuana possession charges.Read more
OCTOBER 9, 2023 (HOLLY SPRINGS)—The Committee to Elect Shannon Bray today released the following statement by the candidate concerning recent enquiries about the status of his campaign for governor in the light of his arrests in August on assault and marijuana possession charges.
June 28, 2023 (CHARLOTTE) – The two announced Libertarian candidates for Governor, Shannon Bray and Mike Ross, have agreed to join Liberty iNC, the official podcast of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina (LPNC), for a public debate. The event will take place in Charlotte on Thursday, July 6, starting at 7:45 PM. The debate is open to the public and will be streamed live on the LPNC YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/live/vQ_UiAvIJck?feature=share), where viewers can submit questions. Steven DiFiore, Libertarian Party of Mecklenburg Chair and previous NC gubernatorial candidate, will moderate the debate, including selecting viewer questions submitted through the chat function.
June 24, 2023 (APEX/CRAMERTON) – The two announced Libertarian candidates for Governor, Shannon Bray and Mike Ross, issued a joint statement today condemning Senate Bill 749, currently under consideration by the North Carolina General Assembly, which would shift the power to appoint members of the boards from the governor to the legislature. According to their statement, the proposed legislation fails to address the most serious problem with the election boards: the fact that independent voters have no representation on them.
Kevin Garcia-Galindo of the Carolina Journal interviews the two announced candidates for the 2024 Libertarian nomination for governor, Shannon Bray and Mike Ross. If both go on to file for office in December, the Libertarian Party of North Carolina will have their first gubernatorial primary election of the 21st Century.