NH pays no income taxes but there are very high property taxes to make up for it. The worst case scenario is living in NH (pay high prop tax) and working in MA (still have to pay MA income taxes of 5.95%.)
There are 3 major routes to and from NH: I93, I95, and Rt3. Rt3 in MA is undergoing a major expansion from 2 lanes to 3 lanes. This is because so many people have moved to the Nashua and Rt3 areas but still work in MA on the tchnology belt of Rt128.
So, in my opinion, this was a great choice by the Libertarians, but it will not be easy since there is such an in flux of "moderates" from Massachusetts.
It's sort of a unique situation, with the Democrats in third place behind the Republicans and Undeclared voters. But if I've figured the numbers right, the Democrats are about to find themselves in 4th place.
NH State voter registration, September 02 2001 [after list purge]
REPUBLICANS 245,791/ 37.3%
UNDECLARED 242,028/ 36.8%
DEMOCRATS 170,405/ 25.9%
It's essentially the only conservative state in New England and has been for quite some time. I was actually hoping they would pick Delaware, which is a traditionally Democrat state (though not necessarily a liberal one). By moving to NH, which is both conservative and republican, the libertarians will at best win a couple school board races while providing spoiler candidates in any close major race between a Dem and a Repub. In Delaware they could have potentially run candidates in races that the Republicans aren't credibly waging either.