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Anderson makes case for third-party vote in WI governor’s race

Mitch Reynolds

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The guy probably looking at a distant third-place finish in the Wisconsin race for governor, hopes to end the mindset that a vote for a third-party candidate is a wasted vote.

Libertarian Phil Anderson says a vote for him is a message that change is needed in a big government system, and you should never have to hold your nose and vote against your beliefs.

“Vote for whoever represents you, represents your views. Period,” Anderson said. “That’s the only way to vote.

“What we’re fighting for is better government. Smaller, more local government. More accountable. More transparent. More efficient. For everybody.”

While the latest Marquette University Law School poll shows the face in a dead heat between Democrat Tony Evers and Gov. Scott Walker, Anderson is far behind and polling in the single digits.