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Georgia runoff: The ‘armed and gay’ Libertarian behind the rematch

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If there is one person responsible for Tuesday’s midterms election runoff in the U.S. state of Georgia that will decide the final Senate seat it is Chase Oliver.

The gay Libertarian Party candidate’s 2.1% vote in last month’s midterms race stopped his Republican and Democrat rivals from reaching the 50% threshold they needed to win the seat, but he told Openly he had no wish to play kingmaker in the runoff.

Oliver, 37, has refused to advise his 80,000 voters on who to support when they return to the polls on Tuesday, saying it is up to them to decide. “Libertarians believe in not holding onto power.

We want to take power away from government and give it back to each and every individual person,” Oliver said in a video call from his home in the battleground state.

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