I have nothing against the man personally, and I believe the more candidates and choices that are given the voters the better. But I must interject about something concerning Robert Sarvis. While yes, he is running on the Libertarian Party ticket, he is hardly an actual libertarian. Robert Sarvis, who I like and met once or twice when he ran as a Republican against Dick Saslaw, is a pro-gay marraige Republican.
The major libertarian influences over the years ... Mises, Spooner, Hayek, Rothbard, Rand, Halzett, Kaufman, Ron Paul ... Robert Sarvis has absolutely nothing to do with them. It is unfortunate for the Libertarian Party that they have been coopted by a Republican. I mean, Sarvis was a dues-paying member of my YR group, the FAYRs, until the day he accepted the LP nomination. He wasn't an active member and I haven't seen him in awhile, but when he was running for state senate he was certainly happy to be at our meetings.
So good like to Sarvis in November, I'm happy he's running. The more choices the better. But please, don't call yourself a libertarian.