The following was originally published in NBC4I.com
COLUMBUS, OH (WCMH) - After four years of being left off the ballot as an official party, the State of Ohio has declared the Libertarian Party an official party again in June.
The Libertarian Party is now officially recognized as a minor political party by the State of Ohio, and voters will be seeing Libertarian candidates on the ballot this November, including gubernatorial candidate Travis Irvine. Irvine sat down with NBC4’s Mike Jackson to talk about why voters should listen to his party’s message and how he thinks he has the best chance at uniting voters.
Irvine is specifically targeting voters who supported Dennis Kucinich in the Democratic primary and Mary Taylor in the Republican primary.