Earlier this week, Robert Sarvis, the Libertarian candidate for governor, spoke to a group of about twenty to twenty-five activists in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Although first mentioned on the Virginia Conservative after the state Libertarian convention in April, the speech Mr. Sarvis gave in Fredericksburg provided a good introduction to his candidacy, his political philosophy, his concerns with both the Republican and Democratic candidates, and a variety of other topics.
Although I recorded his entire discourse, including the question and answer period that followed, an unforeseen technical glitch caused a vast majority of the tape to be lost. Nevertheless, his introduction, which is still quite interesting, did survive and so I’m pleased to present this segment to you. I hope it proves useful as you learn more about the various candidates running in the 2013 elections.