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Running For Congress
Larry Sarner has been a resident of Loveland since
1977 and has resided in the same residence since
1978. A U.S. Army veteran, Sarner served the
United States Military during the Vietnam War but
did not see any combat during his service.
Sarner holds a degree from both of the State
Universities within the 2nd Congressional District.
Sarner received a degree in Political Science from
Colorado State University in 1970 and a degree in
Applied Mathmatics from Colorado University at
Boulder in 1984.
Larry Sarner and his wife received national
attention in 1998 when their daughter Emily Rosa
published a scientific article in the Journal of the
American Medical Association (JAMA) while still in
the 4th grade.
Both Sarner and his wife have been active in
various anti-quack medicine organizations
debunking touch therapy and other trendy
unproven medical practices.
After being interviewed by numerous national
television news programs, receiving an entry into
the Guinness Book of World Records along with
articles in the New York Times and other
newspapers, Sarner commented the Loveland
Reporter-Herald never covered the story about
Emily for reasons he didn't know.
Sarner's local activities have included an
unsuccessful run for Loveland City Council in 1995
and a recent lawsuit stopping the placement of the
Protect Our Loveland (POL) fracking ban on last
November's ballot see story..
Sarner is 66 years-old and intends on competing
against George Leing for the Republican
nomination through the convention process.
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