We’re all just learning about this guy, and he is doing a good job getting around the media today. I thought he did two very good fairly in-depth interviews today, which I think people here would be interested in. Among other things, he admits to being in some firefights while he was a CIA operative.
My impression of him thus far is that he is a committed and thoughtful conservative with a deep desire to see this country prosper. He is also articulate, knowledgeable on policy, and pretty likable IMO; he sounds like a real person and not like a politician.
In both interviews he is asked about the problem of getting on the ballot, and he says there are multiple ways to get on the ballot other than petitions. Does anybody know what these are?