WAUSAU (WAOW)--Dr. Terry Virgil of Johnson Creek made a stop in Wausau. The 51-year old says he wants to be the next Lieutenant Governor for the state of Wisconsin.
Virgil is a Libertarian. The main points of his campaign are: Flat and fair tax. He says he wants to do away with income and corporate taxes and hidden taxes.
Virgil says believes this will make the state more attractive to corporations and industry. In turn, he feels that will lead to more business development and reduce unemployment.
Other campaign headlines for Virgil include support for a conceal and carry gun law, with some restrictions.
The field for lieutenant governor is crowded. Democratic candidates include Spencer Cogg of Milwaukee, Tom Nelson of Kaukauna, Henry Sandes of Waunakee and James Schneider of Gotham.
Also on the primary ballot for the Republicans are Ben Collins of Lake Geneva, Brett Davis of Oregon, Rebecca Kleefisch of Oconomowoc, Robert Lorge of Bear Creek, Dave Ross of Superior and Nick Voegel of Sun Prairie.