BREWSTER, NY – Election Day is just two weeks away and so far, neither of the major party candidates running for New York State governor can claim they’ve visited each of the state’s 62 counties.
However, one third party candidate is making that claim, saying it illustrates he is the only candidate willing to meet with constituents again and again and share his vision with everyday voters while also hearing their concerns.
On Friday after a stop in Putnam County, Libertarian party candidate Larry Sharpe became the first and only candidate in the Governor’s race to have held campaign events in all 62 counties.
Sharpe has been conducting hundreds of public events and appearances throughout the state, demonstrating his commitment to hear from all voters and share his libertarian platform of less government and more individual freedom for New Yorkers.
The other candidates for governor include incumbent and front-runner Andrew Cuomo (running in the Democrat, Independence, and Women’s Equality parties), Marc Molinaro (Republican, Conservative, and Reform parties), Howie Hawkins (Green party) and Stephanie Miner (Serve America Movement).
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6.