Libertarian statewide candidates Sean Haugh, Adrian Wyllie, Dr. Andrew Hunt, and Mark Fish were covered in an article in Sunday’s New York Times on how non-establishment party candidates may affect the November elections.
“In an election year shaped by voter anger toward the political establishment, the outcome of an unusually large number of close Senate and governor’s races could be determined by the outsize role of third-party candidates,” said columnist Jonathan Martin in the opening paragraph.
Haugh is running for U.S. Senate in North Carolina, Wyllie is running for governor in Florida, Hunt is running for governor in Georgia, and Mark Fish is running for U.S. Senate in Alaska.
The article also mentions how Libertarian Party candidates can affect the outcome of elections in Illinois, Iowa, and Kansas.
In addition, Haugh continues to poll well, garnering 7 percent in his race for U.S. Senate in North Carolina, according to a recent CNN survey.