Virginia Libertarians May Nominate a Candidate for Governor

Robert C. Sarvis, a Virginia Libertarian, hopes to become the Libertarian Party’s nominee for Governor this year. Of course, he will need 10,000 valid signatures by mid-June, and he has not yet received the party’s nomination. The Virginia Libertarian Party has only once before had a gubernatorial candidate, in the 2001 election. The only other minor party that has had a gubernatorial nominee on the Virginia ballot in the last forty years was the Reform Party in the 1997 election.


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  1. Each election is NEW.

    Equal (as in 14th Amdt, Sec. 1 EQUAL) ballot access.

    Is Bush v. Gore 2000 dead or alive ???

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