Election Day 2014 is just two weeks away and Libertarian candidates are going to be a factor—just as they have been throughout the election cycle. There are 37 "top-line" Libertarian candidates across the country, with several polling above the spread and a few even allowed into televised debates. The growing popularity of Libertarian candidates is indicative of the growing importance of issues and positions championed by Libertarians, writes Ed Krayewski, and the issues Libertarians bring into the spotlight when they run for office aren't issues that are going away at the end of the election cycle.
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