The Libertarian Party’s candidate in this year’s U.S. Senate race has been there before and hopes to make improvements over her previous showing. Tamara Millay picked up nearly 32,000 votes when she ran for the U.S. Senate seat in 1998. Her philosophy is simple: less government, an end to the war on drugs – which she claims has been ineffective, and fewer restrictions on gun ownership. The 32,000 votes garnered by Millay in 1998 exceeded 2-percent of the total number of ballots cast and earned the Libertarians an automatic spot on this year’s ballot.