On April 15, the New Hampshire Libertarian Party had held a state nominating convention. That convention had nominated George Phillies for president, Karen Kwiatkowski for vice-president, and state representative Bea Francouer for Governor.
Since then, both Francouer and Kwiatkowski have declined those nominations, so the party will hold a new nominating convention, probably not for at least two months, and likely in October 2007. Kwiatkowski says she is willing to be the vice-presidential candidate if vice-presidential substitution is permitted. The NHLP has not obtained a clear-cut answer to the question of whether vice-presidential substitution is permitted. It was permitted in 1980, and the Secretary of State who was in office in 1980 is still in office.
Contrary to the comment below, the national Libertarian Party does not believe ballot access in New Hampshire is easy.