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Former anti-Trump Libertarian, Austin Petersen, hopes to clinch GOP victory for Senate in Missouri

LITTLE ROCK, AR - NOVEMBER 03: People line up for early voting outside of the Pulaski County Regional Building on November 3, 2014 in Little Rock, Arkansas. With one day to go before election day that has several very tight races for local and national office, hundreds of voters lined up for early voting. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Austin Petersen is running for Senate in Missouri and shared his thoughts about his run with "The Conservative Cartel" over the weekend. Petersen is formerly known for his anti-Trump, Libertarian stance, however, he now backs President Trump and hopes to clinch the nomination for the GOP come 2018.

Why the sudden change?

When Petersen sought advice from his base as to what ticket he should run on, 98 percent agreed that he should run on a Republican ticket in order beat Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill.

Elections for the United States Senate take place Tuesday, November 6, 2018, for six-year terms.

Tune in to hear what Petersen had to say and catch up on episodes here.

See more from Matt Locke and Rocci Stucci on TheBlaze Contributors and listen live to “The Conservative Cartel” every Saturday from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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