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April 12, 2008

Wayne Root On WGN-Chicago

by Doug Mataconis

Wayne Allen Root, one of the candidates for the Libertarian Party’s Nomination, was interviewed recently on Chicago TV station WGN:

Root doesn’t have the name recognition of Bob Barr, but he’s well-spoken and, like the former Georgia Congressman, a former Republican. It’s too bad he no longer felt at home in the GOP.

H/T: Third Party Watch


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