Libertarian Rob Sarvis advocates ending police militarization, drug war in VA gubernatorial campaign

 

 

The Uncovered Politics blog recently ran a positive profile of Rob Sarvis, nominated by LP Virginia to run in the state’s gubernatorial campaign. here’s an excerpt:

The Libertarian Party of Virginia nominated Robert C. Sarvis for governor in a special state convention held Sunday afternoon in Waynesboro.

Though not quite a household name, the little-known Libertarian is an impressive candidate by almost any measure.

Raised in Northern Virginia, the 36-year-old Sarvis graduated from nationally-renowned Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, a magnet school in Alexandria. After earning degrees in mathematics from Harvard University and the University of Cambridge, the over-achieving Libertarian candidate worked as a software developer in the Silicon Valley before obtaining a law degree from NYU and a Master’s degree in economics from George Mason University.

While at NYU, Sarvis co-founded the NYU Journal of Law & Liberty, a libertarian-leaning law journal.

 

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3 thoughts on “Libertarian Rob Sarvis advocates ending police militarization, drug war in VA gubernatorial campaign

  1. tiffany267 April 26, 2013 / 8:26 PM

    YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    SOMEONE TO RUN AGAINST CUCINELLI!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ALL IS NOT LOST 😀

    Thank you for the GREAT NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Bridget Ulrich May 7, 2013 / 8:37 PM

      I hear ya! Now we need your help to gather the 10,000 needed signatures to actually get Sarvis ON the ballot!

      Please visit his website at Robertsarvis.com to sign up to help!

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  2. Bridget Ulrich May 7, 2013 / 8:37 PM

    To see pictures of the Libertarian Special Convention enacted to elect Sarvis please visit thelibertarianpalate.com

    You can see pictures of our charismatic new candidate as well as a couple candidates for VA’s House of Delegates.

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