The National Review Online ran the following story about Roger Stone and his possible political future.
Roger Stone, an infamous political consultant, tells National Review Online that he will probably run for governor of Florida.
The former campaign adviser to Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan says he wants to run as a libertarian, third-party challenger to incumbent Republican governor Rick Scott and the Democratic nominee.
“I don’t have any illusions about winning, but I’d like to carry the flag for the liberty movement,” Stone says. “The Republican party is dead and it can’t be revived, so it’s time for the Libertarian party to be a force.”
Stone will make a final decision on a gubernatorial run by the end of the year. In the meantime, he’ll ask libertarian activists for their support.
You can read the rest of the article here .
Last week, IPR ran an article about another Libertarian running for governor in Florida, Adrian Wyllie. You can read about that here .
Mr. Stone is relatively new to the Libertarian Party. Here’s an article from a year ago, in the Washington Post .
Some unverified information about Mr. Stone can be found in this Wikipedia article .