(The following was originally published in Leesburg Today.)
Leesburg resident William Redpath today announced his intentions to run as a Libertarian in the 10th Congressional District race.
Redpath said he will offer an option for 10th District voters “who are wary of both ObamaCare and the GOP’s social conservative agenda.”
This will be Redpath’s fifth run for office in Virginia as part of the Libertarian Party. He first ran for the House of Delegates in 1993, then the State Senate in the January 1998 special election, governor in 2001, U.S. Senate in 2008 and for the 10th Congressional District in 2010.