Libertarian candidate Mike Kane received 31.45% of the vote in his race for 41st House of Delegates.
Official Numbers at:
Based on my conversations with others, I believe George is right. It appears that Mike’s percentage is a record for a general assembly seat in Virginia.
Also, I noticed that Mike’s percentage was higher than some major party candidates in two way races. So, it seems that this is a noteworthy accomplishment. Good job Mike!
Of course, as Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Northern Virginia during Mike’s campaign, I take all the credit for his performance 😉
I think George is referring to: http://www.ballot-access.org/2011/11/10/libertarian-polls-31-5-for-virginia-legislative-seat/
Hi Matt, I think I worded my comment poorly. The Ballot Access News website said that it was a record percentage for an LP candidate for the House of Delegates in Virginia. I recall that you ran for a House seat in the past so I know you are knowledgeable about this. Do you think it was a record percentage in Virginia?
Mike did great, but what numbers are you using to say that this is a record vote total? THIS IS A SERIOUS QUESTION
Congratulations to Mike Kane for a record vote total for a Libertarian Party candidate for House of Delegates!
Thanks Bruce for posting this Mike did a great job, with very little money. Glenn McGuire also did well in Virginia getting 22.66% of the vote.
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