Published on Jun 24, 2014
Florida, like many states across the nation, will be selecting a governor for the next four years this November. Incumbent governor Rick Scott has already spent more than 10 million dollars on television advertisements. This campaign could be one of the most expensive campaigns for governor ever fought in the United States.

While Democrat Charlie Crist and Republican Rick Scott gather most of the media attention, another candidate is offering his own vision for Florida.

Adrian Wyllie is the Libertarian candidate for the top political post in the Sunshine State. He is a business owner, a veteran and a radio talk show host. His party has never elected a governor or congressman to office. The Libertarian Party is seeing one of its best hopes in years, as one of their candidates is polling at 31 percent for the House of Representatives.

Wylie is our guest on the show today. He is here to talk to us about his race for Governor, and how he can compete in such an expensive campaign. We will also discuss voter access and the chances for third-party candidates in coming elections.

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