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Libertarian Robert Sarvis Qualifies for Ballot for U.S. Senate


(The following was posted to Robert Sarivs’ Facebook Page.)

“SARVIS QUALIFIES FOR BALLOT FOR U.S. SENATE! Virginia voters now have the opportunity to reject the big-govt, big-money, cronyist status quo. Vote for a Virginia and an America that’s Open-minded and Open for Business!

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  1. paulie paulie June 29, 2014

    F#$%# Breitbart. They are disinfo.

  2. paulie paulie June 27, 2014

    I think it’s best to keep delivering the same message and not going away.


  3. Bruce A. Smith Bruce A. Smith June 27, 2014

    What George said.

  4. George Whitfield George Whitfield June 26, 2014

    Best wishes to Rob Sarvis in Virginia!

  5. Joshua Fauver Joshua Fauver Post author | June 26, 2014

    Kshama Sawant ran for Washington State House before turning right around to run for City Council in Seattle and winning. There is logic in running back to back campaigns. Name recognition, after all, is the name of the game.

  6. Jed Ziggler Jed Ziggler June 26, 2014

    Bernie Sanders finally won & eventually became a U.S. Senator being a “perennial candidate”. It’s okay to keep running if you have a reason to beyond “I want to see my name on the ballot”.

  7. Bondurant Bondurant June 26, 2014

    I think it’s best to keep delivering the same message and not going away.

  8. paulie paulie June 26, 2014

    Paul Jones also made it in the 5th. Some candidates made it very narrowly. Some net yet known as far as I know. 9th is the only one I have heard that definitely did not.

  9. NewFederalist NewFederalist June 26, 2014

    Two runs in two years qualifies if followed up by another run soon after. I’m not saying he is not an attractive candidate. He should keep his powder dry and run again later to win in a winnable race.

  10. paulie paulie June 26, 2014

    Two runs is far from being a perennial candidate.

  11. NewFederalist NewFederalist June 26, 2014

    I hope he does well and then retires for a while. The last thing the LP needs is a Harold Stassen type perennial candidate. He could take a few years off and then come back and if Carla Howell’s latest letter is accurate, have a shot at winning office.

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