Nathan Larson campaign for Delegate, 2017

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Nathan Larson for Delegate was a 2017 neoreactionary and patriarchist libertarian campaign in Virginia's 31st House of Delegates District. The campaign was launched on 30 January 2017, immediately after Larson's rights were restored by Governor Terry McAuliffe.[1] Confirmation of having more than enough signatures to qualify for ballot access was received on 27 February 2017. On election day, 7 November 2017, Nathan Larson received 481 votes, or 1.68 percent of the total. The campaign website was archived at Miscellany:Larson for Delegate.


The original platform was based on Essay:Platform for state legislative candidates, first written on 20 August 2016.

Initial set of issues[edit]


  • 2017.01.30: Platform drafting began. The initial outline included drug legalization, polygyny, abolition of no-fault divorce, abolition of the age of marriageability, punishment of disloyal spouses (including abolition of the "best interests of the child" standard), abolition of restraining orders, privatization of education (including abolition of compulsory education), male youth liberation (including abolition of age restrictions on working), and abolition of Child Protective Services.[2]
  • 2017.02.04: Petitioning began, with Jane Lakeman being the first signatory.
  • 2017.02.21: Campaign paperwork was filed.[3]
  • 2017.02.27: Notification received that the campaign had enough valid signatures to qualify for the ballot.
  • 2017.03.31: The campaign shifted its focus from patriarchy to anarcho-capitalism more generally.
  • 2017.06.04: The campaign switched to a pro-Confederate theme in solidarity with Corey Stewart's gubernatorial campaign.
  • 2017.07.08: The campaign switched its focus back to red pill libertarianism.
  • 2017.08.03: The campaign switched its focus to supporting assisted suicide.
  • 2017.10.06: Candidate forum at George M. Hampton Middle School, moderated by Stephen J. Farnsworth.[4]
  • 2017.10.09: The campaign went NRx.
  • 2017.10.30: The campaign unveiled a 15-point plan for white population explosion.
  • 2017.11.07: Election day.


Virginia House of Delegates election, 2017: District 31[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Elizabeth R. Guzman 15,466 53.99
Republican L. Scott Lingamfelter 12,658 44.19
Independent Nathan D. Larson 481 1.68
Write-in Write-ins 39 0.14
Turnout 28,644 48.58
Democratic gain from Republican Swing 7.42


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