Saturday, October 13, 2018

Libertarian candidates Sharpe and Hollister in Ithaca this weekend

by Rachel Cera,

Larry Sharpe is the Libertarian candidate for governor in New York, and he and lieutenant governor candidate Andrew Hollister will be in Ithaca this Sunday to meet voters on the Cornell campus. The event is co-hosted by Cornell Libertarians and IC Young Americans for Liberty, and is open to the public.

“We’ve already seen unprecedented levels of media coverage, grassroots support, and fundraising,” Sharpe said in a statement this summer. “No other Libertarian candidate has ever done this in New York.” Sharpe’s campaign says the candidate “raised more campaign funds in the first reporting period than all other Cuomo challengers combined,” even though his campaign is “not funded by special interests or lobbyists.”
Sharpe is a Marine veteran, father, husband, and businessman according to his campaign.
The campaign hopes Central New York voters will come hear from Sharpe about “supporting newer industries like vaping, eliminating the state income tax, repealing the SAFE Act, innovative education options, facilitating innovative non-taxpayer funding, eliminating tolls, localizing more government decisions, transparent government, relieving over-regulated farmers, saving Main Street, criminal justice reform, family court reform, and stopping the population exodus from New York.”...
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