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LP.org: ‘Libertarian governor candidate Sarvis polling at 12.7 percent’ reveals Zogby poll

Posted on October 2, 2013
Rob Sarvis
Rob Sarvis,
LP Virginia
Candidate for Governor

Usually, Libertarians who poll high in the early days of a campaign find their poll numbers dropping in late September and October. That doesn’t seem to be the case with Libertarian Robert Sarvis’ campaign for governor of Virginia.

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Robert Sarvis polling at record high 12.7% in new opinion poll for Virginia Governor

Robert Sarvis continues climb in polls

October 1, 2013

By Matthew Reece

Examiner.com

 

On Sept. 30, Newsmax/Zogby Polling released a poll of the gubernatorial race in Virginia. The race now appears to be nearly tied, with Democrat Terry McAuliffe, a former chairman of the national Democratic Party, leading Republican Ken Cuccinelli, the current attorney general of Virginia, by a margin of 32.5 percent to 32.4 percent.… Read more ...

Robert Sarvis releases new TV ad comparing himself to major party candidates

Posted on the Robert Sarvis campaign Facebook page today:

Uh-Oh! Sarvis is on the AIR!

Check out our newest video. This ad will *AIR ON TV* during tonight’s debate coverage in Northern Virginia (and soon, around the state).

Sarvis supporters, your donations made this possible! Thank you!

Let us know what you think, and SHARE SHARE SHARE!!!

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Marc Montoni: Just What *IS* The Consistent Libertarian Position on Marriage?

Posted by Marc Montoni on his Free Virginia blog on August 23, 2013. Montoni is an IPR contributor and Libertarian Party of Virginia activist. 

Last week (August 12 – August 17, 2013) I spent the week manning the Libertarian Party table at the Rockingham County Fair.  Our candidate for governor, Rob Sarvis, was on hand on Friday (8/16) and spoke to many voters about his campaign.… Read more ...

Robert Sarvis Campaign Covered By Fox News

Robert Sarvis

Libertarian trying to shake up Va. governor’s race gets tough on top candidates 

August 10, 2013

FoxNews.com

Robert Sarvis, the Libertarian Party candidate in the Virginia gubernatorial race, knows he’s a long shot to win. That’s typical for a third-party candidate going against a Democrat, a Republican and the well-funded operations that support them.… Read more ...

Richmond Times-Dispatch Conducts Q & A With LP Virginia Chair Chuck Moulton

Originally published on timesdispatch.com:

Sunday Q and A: Chuck Moulton 

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013 12:00 am

 

Chuck Moulton, originally from suburban Philadelphia, has lived in Virginia for five years. He is now a doctorate student in economics at George Mason University.

Moulton has been a member of the Libertarian Party since 1999.

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Libertarian Robert Sarvis on Front Page of Major Virginia Newspaper

Libertarian hopes Va. wants another choice for governor

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 12:26 am, Mon Aug 5, 2013.

BY MARKUS SCHMIDT
Richmond Times-Dispatch

While Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe wrestle with their own controversies, Libertarian nominee Robert C. Sarvis has cast himself as a viable alternative for voters frustrated with the two major party candidates for governor.

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Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Robert Sarvis Traveling Across Virginia, Polling at 5%

Robert Sarvis

Robert Sarvis is the Libertarian Party nominee for Governor of Virginia. He is running against Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe. On August 3rd, he received some coverage on nbc29.com about his trip across the state to talk and meet with voters. A video is available at the link below:

Libertarian Candidate for Governor Traveling to Meet Voters.… Read more ...

Chuck Moulton: Bitcoin is a Sound-Money Alternative to the Dollar

Chuck Moulton is the chair of the Libertarian Party of Virginia. The following was published July 16, 2013 on Cato Unbound.

Governments have historically done a terrible job administering monetary systems. Through a gradual inflation, the U.S. dollar has lost 96% of its purchasing power in the last 100 years.… Read more ...