Sharpe Enters Libertarian VP Race

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NEW YORK – Former Libertarian New York Gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe has announced he is seeking the party’s Vice Presidential Nomination.

Sharpe revealed his decision on his podcast The Sharpe Way.







He is supporting the nomination for President of Judge Jim Gray, the Libertarian Vice President Nominee in 2012.

Sharpe said he will support whomever is nominated and asked voters to have an open mind about voting for someone not Republican or Democrat.







Sharpe finished third in the New York Governor’s race in 2018, but garnered enough votes statewide to give the Libertarians ballot access.

Sharpe said he will release an official statement about his candidacy soon.













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2 Comments

  1. Judge Gray was the VP nominee for the Libertarian Party in 2012, not 2016. The 2012 ticket was Gary Johnson and Jim Gray. The 2016 ticket was Gary Johnson and Bill Weld.

  2. Let’s not get too technical on details here, especially considering your ties to nefarious and fraudulent actions of people in a County “Committee” you’re affiliated with. Some people’s need to shine a light on matters should be first used to clean out their own closets.

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