“In this year’s gubernatorial election, Atlanta nanotech entrepreneur Andrew Hunt is aiming to attract more than the usual nano-vote for the Libertarian Party (see what we did there?).
“I’m not in here just to get five percent,” Hunt said during a sit-down today at the Capitol. At least half the voters are dissatisfied with both parties, as proven by polls and low turnout, he said. And thus, the opportunity for a third party candidate.
Hunt calls himself a “moderate” Libertarian and said he thinks his message of fiscal conservativeness, smaller government, and social liberalism will resonate with voters.
“We need more liberty … that means don’t control peoples’ lives,” he said.”