U.S. Senate candidate Sabrin makes the rounds, interviewing on News 12, 101.5 FM, Tom Woods

Murray Sabrin in tan suit & tie, wearing glasses, seat at TV studio desk, talking to hostess on his right (off camera), text on screen reads 'Murray Sabrin' and 'candidate for US Senate' and show title 'Power & Politics' (color photo)

Libertarian Murray Sabrin, candidate for U.S. Senate, appears on “Power & Politics” on News 12 New Jersey. (July 6, 2018)

Dr. Murray Sabrin, the Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate in New Jersey, has been making the media rounds in New Jersey following his appearance at the Libertarian national convention in New Orleans earlier this month.

Sabrin, an author and professor of finance at Ramapo College, was interviewed on July 6 on the “Power and Politics” television show on News 12 New Jersey. Guest host Katie Kyros asked him about national spending and the deficit, foreign policy, and his plan to eliminate welfare programs by granting a 100 percent tax credit for donations to charities and nonprofit organizations.

In probing his stance on the second amendment, Kyros also pointed to Sabrin’s parents’ having survived the Holocaust, a legacy which has lent him an intimate grasp of the significance of America’s foundation in individual freedom.

Click here to watch the interview on News 12’s website. (Sabrin’s segment begins at 20:45.)

Dr. Sabrin also gave interviews on Bill Spadea’s morning drive show on New Jersey 101.5 FM on July 13, and on the Tom Woods Show on July 6.

Click here to listen to the Bill Spadea interview.

Click here for  the Tom Woods podcast.

The election will be held on November 6.

Learn more at Sabrin’s campaign website:  SabrinForSenate.com