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Libertarians Working for You

Libertarians Working for You

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March 05th 2014:Libertarian Candidates Adrian Wyllie and Robert Sarvis on Creating Jobs, Minimum Wage and Taking Care of the Poor

Do government programs, ostensibly designed to help the poor, empower people in need – or harm them? Do Minimum Wage laws make things better for them - or worse? What impact do other government programs have on the lowest-income Americans and their chances for progress and self-sufficiency? How should government policy change to give people in need their best chance to get by and thrive? Libertarians Adrian Wyllie, running for governor in Florida, and Robert Sarvis, running for U.S. Senate in Virginia, will lay out their plans to do right by the poor in America.

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Adrian Wyllie

Adrian Wyllie is a small business owner, a military veteran, and a community leader. He has served as Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida, on several committees and boards in the state, and as a volunteer youth sports coach for over a decade. He is President and owner of an IT consulting firm. He’s a radio personality and co-founder of the 1787 Radio Network. In the military, Adrian Wyllie served in the 56th Air Defense Artillery and the 53rd Infantry Brigade. He and his wife have two sons.
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Robert Sarvis

Robert Sarvis is an attorney, businessmen, economist and software developer. He was the Libertarian nominee for Governor of Virginia in 2013, winning an unusual 6.5% of the vote – the highest vote total for a third party candidate for governor in a southern state in over 40 years. He came within inches of hitting the 10% threshold in polls needed to qualify for participation in the gubernatorial debates. Robert Sarvis developed a software application for which Google named him the Grand Prize Winner for their Android Development Challenge. While attending law school, he co-founded and edited the NYU Journal of Law & Liberty. He clerked for Judge E. Grady Jolly on the U.S. Court of
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