The Libertarian candidate for Lt. Governor says the recent primary results in the Indiana Democratic and Republican parties might mean social liberals and moderate Republicans might be giving his party a second look.
Both Democrats John Gregg and Joe Donnelly as well as Republicans Mike Pence and Richard Mourdock may have trouble with the segments of their party which are not as conservative as they are on some issues and Brad Klopfenstein tells Indy Politics that might be where Libertarians have an opening.
Klopfenstein says Libertarians are concerned about jobs, the economy and reducing the size and scope of government and not divisive social issues such as gay marriage and abortion.
You can here his comments below. They run approximately 9 minutes.