Washington Post: Libertarians poised to draw votes in at least 11 competitive Senate races this fall

Sean Haugh
Sean Haugh

At least 11 Libertarian candidates for the U.S. Senate this November are in a position to draw significant votes and affect the outcomes of the election, according to a front-page article in today’s Washington Post.

North Carolina LP candidate for U.S. Senate, Sean Haugh, is featured prominently in the article.

Haugh has been polling well so far in his race, with numbers ranging from 8 percent to 11 percent.

In addition, the Washington Post has another article, this one specifically outlining the different races where Libertarian Senate candidates can swing control of the Senate.