Caleb Q. Dyer

Caleb Q. Dyer is a former member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, he was first elected to the chamber in 2016 as a Republican. On February 9, 2017, Dyer switched his party affiliation to Libertarian, he served on the House Environment and Agriculture Committee, as the House Libertarian Floor Leader. Caleb Dyer was born in Stoneham, Massachusetts, on May 5, 1996, to Mitchell Edmund Dyer and Elizabeth Erica Dyer. For a brief period his family lived in Everett, before moving to New Hampshire. In the late 1990s, his family moved to New Hampshire, where he was raised, he attended Hills-Garrison Elementary School, Hudson Memorial Middle School, Alvirne High School. He graduated from Alvirne High School in 2015. While a student at Alvirne, he was a member of the B Naturals, a select jazz choir, which had the distinct honor of performing the national anthem before the New Hampshire House of Representatives, he is a former member of Boy Scout Troop 21 in Hudson. On June 1, 2016, Dyer filed to run as a Republican candidate for the New Hampshire House of Representatives from Hillsborough County's 37th district.

By the end of the filing period there were 17 Republican candidates. On September 13, 2016, he was elected one of the eleven Republican nominees for the office of Representative. On November 8, 2016, Dyer was one of the eleven candidates elected to the office of Representative. During this campaign, Dyer claims to have spent $400. There is no way to verify this claim as New Hampshire does not require the filing of campaign finance reports for those candidates receiving or spending less than $500. On February 9, 2017, Rep. Dyer announced at a press conference at the Legislative Office Building that he had changed his voter registration from Republican to Libertarian. In his address he cited concerns with House Republican leadership, stating: "Instead of embracing this division and building a coalition from it the leadership has alienated a growing portion of the electorate that installed them." On May 10th, 2017, following the announcement by Rep. Joseph Stallcop that he had changed his party affiliation and registration to Libertarian, Rep. Dyer announced that the two representatives had re-established the House Libertarian Caucus and made plans to meet in the Legislative Office Building prior to each regular session of the House.

In Dyer's statement he declared that the caucus would be open to "any and all legislators who find themselves in a similar situation to where we had found ourselves. The Libertarian Party welcomes all who have the courage and conviction to think and live freely.". Max Abramson Brandon Phinney Joseph Stallcop Campaign website Official House website

Sierra Mixteca

The Sierra Mixteca is a mountainous region located between the states of Puebla and Oaxaca in south-central Mexico, in the region known as La Mixteca. It is known as the Nudo Mixteco or Escudo Mixteco and, in Nahuatl, as Zempoaltépetl, the name of the Cerro Zempoaltépetl, its highest peak. In the Mixtec language it is called the land of clouds; the Sierra Mixteca is one of the oldest geological regions in the territory of Mexico. It stands at the convergence of the Sierra Madre Oriental, the Neo-Volcanic Axis, the Sierra Madre del Sur. During the emergence of the two Sierra Madre ranges, the Mixtec Shield underwent intense erosion and faulting, which caused changes in the upper courses of the Rivers Balsas and Papaloapan. During that geological process, which involved high levels of volcanic activity, the rivers rising in the Sierra Mixteca carved out many deep canyons, further complicating the relief of the region. One of the most important valleys created during this period is the Tehuacán Valley, located in south-east Puebla, an area of mineral springs.

The Sierra Mixteca is one of the country's poorest regions in natural resources. Its inhabitants, who number some 200,000 are predominantly indigenous belonging to the Mixtec people, who engage in subsistence agriculture; the region lacks any major population centres and communications with the rest of the country are deficient. Sierra Mixteca