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.”