On Sunday Alan Greenblatt wrote an article for NPR which, under his analysis, Florida Governor Rick Scott is "vulnerable" and Virginia's race for governor "remains a tossup." Fortunately for voters there are Libertarian candidates for each of these races, allowing citizens to have a real choice.
Virginia's Robert Sarvis is the Libertarian Party candidate going up against Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe. Sarvis actually stands a chance against these heavy weights as Cuccinelli and McAuliffe campaigns have been riddled with scandals and innuendos. Sarvis offers Virginian's a legitimate alternative to McAuliffe and Cuccinelli in the race to be Virginia's next governor. He is strong on gun rights while being in favor of marijuana legalization. Sarvis seeks to end the 'militarization' of Virginia's police forces, while still protecting citizens. Virginians will decide this November who will be their next governor.
Florida's Adrian Wyllie is the Libertarian Party of Florida frontrunner in the quest to unseat current Florida Governor Rick Scott and is well suited to combat any other opponents which may arise. The main stream media often mention Charlie Crist as a front runner, however Crist has not filed to run for the office, leading many to believe he is not a serious contender in the 2014 race. Wyllie has been exposing Scott as a fiscally liberal governor as he continues to grow Florida's government instead of reducing its size as promised during his campaign. Whereas Wyllie is committed to shrinking the size of state government. Scott puts on the face of being a conservative, however continues to sign bills and throw money around the state as if there is no end to the collection of taxes on Floridians and tourists. Scott has defended his signing the largest State of Florida budget in history, but he manipulates the data by stating that it "reflects the smallest state government workforce per 1,000 residents in Florida in this century."
Wyllie expects to be the beneficiary of an expected medical marijuana initiative being on the ballot as Wyllie has been consistent in his message for its legalization. Crist has put away countless Floridians during his role as Florida's Attorney General and making strong statements during campaigns he was addressing himself as a 'conservative'. Scott runs the same fate as polling for the marijuana initiative has 70% positive polling in Florida. Wyllie will also benefit from the throngs of Floridians turning to the libertarian movement, leaving behind the Republican and Democratic parties.