From Eric Dondero:
Will McVay has had an interesting short history in Delaware politics. He currently serves as Chairman of the Kent County (Dover and middle of the state), Libertarian Party. He's also a candidate for State House of Reps in Dist. 32. And he's also leading a one-man crusade against the State Div. of Elections trying to overturn Delaware's newly inacted ban on fusion party tickets. Interesingly, he will still appear on the ballot this Fall on both the Libertarian and Independent Party lines.
McVay was a guest last night on "Libertarian Politics Live." He confirmed for Libertarian Republican that GOP primary winner Christine O'Donnell did indeed attend a meeting of the Libertarian Party of Delaware last Spring. McVay also commented that O'Donnell "didn't shy away from the libertarian label."
But in stunning contrast to GOP establishment officials who are now refusing to back O'Donnell, McVay, an officer of the Libertarian Party of Delaware, stated that he was quite pleased with O'Donnell's win.
Obviously, I'm glad to see anything that [State GOP Chair and establishment Republican] Tom Ross wants taken away from him. It's good that Christine O'Donnell is doing well in that regard, because the way Tom Ross has been conducting this election... If Christine wins, having run against the party establishment, that's obviously a good thing for us...More info on his campaign WillMcVay.com The Republican in the race is Beth Miller, a tax attorney from Dover.
At the end of the day, the movement is more important than the party. So, it's certainly good to see Mike Castle lose an election, regardless...
again, any election where Mike Castle loses, any election where Nancy Pelosi has problems, we can all agree that's a good thing...
It's beautiful that the Republican establishment has lost... again, any election where Mike Castle loses is a good day. I'm happy Christine won.