If you believe a candidate for office reflects your values and your political desires, you should vote for him.
For a so-called conservative spoiler, Sarvis received an awful lot of votes from groups that would be described as traditionally liberal, not conservative.
There are lessons to be taken from Virginia and New Jersey, but few of them may apply nationally for Republicans.
Robert Sarvis never even talked to organizations that would’ve asked why he holds the views he does on Medicaid, taxes, and more.
Who knows, one day a majority of voters may actually believe all the libertarian things they tell pollsters. One day.
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