Sabrin about to decide on Senate candidacy

Murray Sabrin is on the verge of making a decision about whether to run for U.S. Senate.

An avid supporter of Ron Paul for president, Sabrin — A Ramapo College finance professor who ran for governor as a Libertarian in 1997 and in the 2000 U.S. Senate Republican primary – will likely decide whether or not to run tomorrow.

Sabrin said that, if he does run, he’ll stick with the Republican Party.

In his 1997 gubernatorial bid, Sabrin came in a distant third behind Christie Todd Whitman and James E. McGreevey. In his Senate bid, he placed fourth for the Republican nomination.

“Some people might have vivid memories of 1997 when I made history as an independent. But in that campaign I learned that in order to get elected in this state and in the country, unless you’re Bloomberg… you’ve got to go with the two main parties.”

Sabrin about to decide on Senate candidacy