The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Repub­li­cans and Democrats, who pine to woo the all-im­por­tant young, rest­less and dis­en­gaged de­mo­graphic, have some se­ri­ous com­pe­ti­tion for this siz­able voting bloc, which now num­bers about 45 mil­lion.

In what on­look­ers de­scribed as a “stun­ning” up­set dur­ing their re­cent na­tional con­ven­tion, the Lib­er­tar­ian Party elected Ni­cholas Sar­wark as their chair­man. He is 34, hails from Denver, serves as a deputy pub­lic de­fender, is a pro­lific blog­ger and is in­tent on po­si­tion­ing the Lib­er­tar­ian Party as “the only choice for pro-free­dom young people.”.

“The Lib­er­tar­ian Party is the fu­ture of Amer­ica,” Mr. Sar­wark de­clares. “We’re adding reg­is­tered vot­ers while the ranks of the two old par­ties

Sen. El­iz­a­beth War­ren, Mas­sachusetts Demo­crat, is now get­ting cast in the role of a stealth can­di­date who could po­ten­tially up­stage Hil­lary Clin­ton’s strate­gic ad­vance to the White House in 2016.

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