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  • Election Day Media Contact

    To arrange an interview with Robert Sarvis or other campaign representatives on Election Day, please contact Nicholas Cote at nicholas.cote@robertsarvis.com or (571) 425-1261 (cell).

  • Election Day Volunteer Contact

    If you would like to volunteer on election day, or are a current volunteer in need of assistance, please contact the Statewide Campaign Coordinator, Connie Hannigan-Franck. She can be reached at 703-997-1799 or at connie.franck@robertsarvis.com.

  • Sarvis for Senate Election Night Party

    Members of the press are invited to attend and cover the Sarvis for Senate Election Night Party. 

    When:
    Tuesday, November 04, 2014 at 7pm 

    Where:
    The Blue Iguana Restaurant and Bar
    12727 Shoppes Ln
    Fairfax, VA
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  • Robert Sarvis on WTVR

    Robert Sarvis on WTVR

  • Poll: Millennials Prefer Sarvis Over Gillespie

    Robert Sarvis released the following statement in response to a Christopher Newport University poll finding that he has more than twice the support of Republican Ed Gillespie among Virginians between the ages of 18 and 35: 

    "Despite a shoestring budget and exclusion from all three debates, my campaign for an Open-Minded and Open for Business society has proved popular among millennial voters. Another recent poll found that a majority of millennial voters would support a candidate who is both socially liberal and fiscally conservative. It's no wonder my opponents have been scrambling for millennial votes on college campuses. 

    "Unfortunately, both Ed Gillespie and Mark Warner refused an invitation from students at University of Mary Washington for a three-candidate debate. At such a debate, I could have exposed Mark Warner's lack of leadership on equal rights under the law and forced Ed Gillespie to defend his flip-flop on a federal marriage amendment. I would also have been the only candidate on the stage advocating for robust protections for civil liberties. "

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  • Why Virginians Should Vote for Robert Sarvis

    Why Vote Robert Sarvis for U.S. Senate in Virginia

  • Upcoming Sarvis for Senate Campaign Stops

    Following successful campaign stops this week in the Tidewater region, including speaking events at Virginia Wesleyan College and Old Dominion University, Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Robert Sarvis announced additional events over the next week.

    Upcoming events include a campaign forum sponsored by Crusade for Voters, a community organization dedicated to African-American voter registration and education in Richmond. Other campaign stops continue Robert Sarvis's outreach to young voters with speaking events at several Virginia universities and high schools, including Thomas Jefferson High School of Science and Technology, his alma mater.

    Reporters interested in covering any of the following events or arranging interviews with Robert Sarvis may contact Nicholas Cote at (571) 425-1261 or nicholas.cote@robertsarvis.com.

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  • 3rd District Gerrymandering Highlights Need for Nonpartisan Redistricting

    Following Tuesday's federal court decision striking down Virginia's Third Congressional District boundaries, Robert Sarvis has called for nonpartisan redistricting for state and federal elections, saying:

    "Even absent a racial motivation, gerrymandering for partisan advantage and incumbent protection is also wrong. It is specifically designed to perpetuate power and deprive voters of competitive elections and fair representation. It's self-dealing in the worst possible way, literally rigging the system."

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  • Sarvis, Warner, Gillespie at Roanoke Chamber

    Virginia voters won’t hear from all the candidates for U.S. Senate at tonight’s exclusionary “debate,” but you can get a sample of what that would look like by watching yesterday’s candidate forum in Roanoke. Each took questions separately, so Ed Gillespie and Mark Warner escaped being confronted directly by Robert Sarvis.

    Sarvis, Warner, Gillespie on Foreign Policy in Roanoke

    Democrat Mark Warner expressed openness to having troops on the ground in military operations against ISIS.

    Meanwhile Republican Ed Gillespie bragged about his role in the Bush White House, ignoring the Bush Administration’s disastrous foreign policy that created the power vacuum in Iraq filled by ISIS.

    Only Libertarian Robert Sarvis provides an alternative to the interventionist foreign policy supported by the establishment in both major parties.

  • Sarvis Looks Forward to Same-Sex Couples in Virginia Celebrating Their Marriages

    Following the announcement Monday by the United States Supreme Court, that it would not review pending decisions by lower courts regarding same-sex marriage, Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Robert Sarvis made the following statement:

    "Marriage freedom is a deeply important issue to me, which is why I made it a centerpiece of my campaign for governor last year.

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