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Can Warnock or Walker win over the 81,000 Georgians who voted for the Libertarian in November?

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BY: RAY GLIER - NOVEMBER 25, 2022 1:00 AM

What is to become of the 81,278 voters who marked their ballots for Libertarian Chase Oliver in Georgia’s U.S. Senate race? Will those voters return to the polls for the Dec. 6 runoff between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker? ...

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  1. The quixotic campaigns by Libertarians amuse and sadden me. They share the same goals as many Republican conservatives, yet cannot bring themselves to vote for a Republican candidate who best represents their ideology and has a chance of winning. They seem to revel in their role as the impotent spoilers.

  2. Mr. Oliver, surely you can see what would continue if Warnock stays in office. For once can libertarians over look someone’s personal lives and vote for what they stand for? Do you really want Warnock that said GD America? If you and your voters don’t vote or vote for Warnock, also the Rino Republicans we will lose our country as we know it.

  3. As I listen to various explanations of the general election and projections for the run off election, which saturate the media, I am reminded, once again, that 50% of the American people have a below average IQ. If the average voter really understood the political process, they would look carefully at each of the candidates ideological positions and then vote for the electable candidate which most closely represents their beliefs. To do otherwise is the anthesis of simple reason. Voting for an unelectable candidate is an abdication of ones civic duty. ( Incredibly rare circumstances excluded.) Pragmatism is a valuable tool for the informed voter.

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