The Libertarian nominee for the U.S. Senate has learned he will be on Virginia’s statewide ballot. Robert Sarvis will share the Senate ballot with freshman Democrat Mark Warner and Republican nominee Ed Gillespie. Sarvis submitted over 19,000 petition signatures to qualify for the November 4th election. Sarvis (pictured with his wife and two young children) will be joined by Libertarian candidates for the House of Representatives in most of Virginia’s congressional districts. The photo of Sarvis and his family was provided by the candidate’s campaign. The Libertarian nominees in this region include Paul Jones of the 5th District, Will Hammer of the 6th District, and James Carr in the 7th Congressional District.
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