Sarvis, the Libertarian candidate for Virginia governor, aired a TV ad during the broadcast of Wednesday night's debate between
Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli.
Sarvis was not included in the event, which MSNBC commentator Chuck Todd moderated. The campaign ad aired during the debate on NBC’s Northern Virginia affiliates.
In the ad, Sarvis makes the case that he’s the candidate to pick this year, since the two major party candidates appear to have left voters feeling a lack of enthusiasm.
“Like you, I can’t vote for Ken Cuccinelli’s narrow-minded social agenda,” Sarvis says in the spot. “And like you, I don’t want Terry McAuliffe’s ‘cronyism,’ either, where government picks winners and losers.”
Sarvis' campaign slogan is, "Virginia - open-minded, and open for business," referring to his desire for an inclusive commonwealth that allows same-sex marriage.
In case you missed the ad, you can view it in the video above.
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