NYT: Libertarians Impacting ”unusually large number” of races

As discontent with the Democratic and Republican parties continues to rise, “the outcome of an unusually large number of close Senate and governor’s races could be determined by the outsize role of third-party candidates,” reports the New York Times in an article published yesterday.

The article highlights the Sean Haugh campaign along with that of Libertarian gubernatorial candidates Adrian Wylie in Florida and Andrew Hunt in Georgia and independent Elliot Cutler in Maine, also running for Governor.

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