A Fairfield businessman plans to campaign full-time over the next 365 days in a bid to be the first Libertarian party candidate elected Governor. Clyde Cleveland’s goal as governor would be to phase-out the income tax over the next five years.Cleveland says the income tax is the worst tax ever devised in the 5000 years of human history.Cleveland is from Fairfield, but has not been a member of the Natural Law party which has many Fairfield-area members who advocate meditation as a means of resolving problems. He’s an entrepreneur who’s started seven businesses. Today, he’s working in a stock brokerage firm run by his son.
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