Libertarian Candidate Sarvis Makes Ballot in Virginia Governor's Race

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June 26, 2013

Robert Sarvis, Libertarian candidate for Governor of Virginia, has made it on the ballot.

On Wednesday the Virginia State Board of Elections confirmed to Sarvis's campaign that he had at least 10,000 signatures from registered Virginia voters, and would be listed on ballots across the state during the elections this November.

Sarvis supports marriage equality, universal school choice, ending various taxes like the car tax and occupational license tax, and drug law reform.

Sarvis will be running against current Virginia Attorney General Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the race for Governor.

Patrick Hagerty, Libertarian candidate for the 33rd district of the Virginia House of Delegates also made it on this years ballot.

For more information about Robert Sarvis' campaign, please follow this link to his campaigns website.

For more on Democrat Terry McAuliffe, please follow this link to his campaigns website.

And for more on Republican Ken Cuccinelli, please follow this link to his campaigns website.



 
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