Former GOP Candidate Joins Team Sarvis

1459223_579583588778245_530513368_nAs you may recall, in late 2013 Caleb Coulter ran for the Republican nod for a special election to the 11th district in the Virginia House of Delegates.  As a fellow Ron Paul supporter, I was extremely enthusiastic about the possibility of Caleb advocating our shared values in Richmond and therefore was glad to endorse him.  Unfortunately, he was disqualified from running and the Republican who ended up with the nomination did not do well.  However, I knew that we had not seen the last of Caleb; he would continue the fight for limited government and personal responsibility.

Well, several weeks ago I received word that Mr. Coulter has chosen to serve as the campaign manager for Robert Sarvis, the 2014 Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate.  Tonight, I am finally able to share that news.

As someone who has worked for both Robert Sarvis and the cause of liberty, I wish Caleb well in this future endeavor and look forward to seeing his efforts in action.

For additional information, here is a piece from the Augusta Free Press.

November continues to get more interesting.

Coulter for Delegate

With news of the surprise retirement of Delegate Onzlee Ware, the citizens of 11th district in the city of Roanoke will have an opportunity to elect a new legislator to serve them in Richmond.

Photo from Caleb Coulter

I’m pleased to say that fellow liberty activist Caleb Coulter will be seeking the Republican nomination for this office.  I have known Caleb for several years and believe that he possesses both the principle and integrity that are sorely needed in all levels of government.  That’s why I was glad that he was elected to represent me as a delegate to the Republican National Convention at Tampa in 2012 and also why I believe he would make an excellent candidate to serve the citizens in our state government.

The Republican primary for the 11 district will be held in just two weeks, on December 10th.  Therefore, I strongly encourage you to visit his campaign website and his Facebook page now to learn more about him and ways you can help him become a delegate.