Though never endorsed by a party, he has contested elections as a Democrat, Republican, Libertarian and as a candidate of the non-existent "Employmentwealth Party" (under Washington elections law, candidates can declare themselves a member of any party, whether the party exists or not).
He's running against Uncle Mover.
Mover's more recent campaigns have been a marketing tactic to promote his business. In 2004 he estimated $150,000 of his company's annual revenue came from name familiarity generated by his ballot appearances.
He's been trying to be my representative for as long as I can remember. Gotta have the nutcases at the edge, professing their moronic interpretation of libertarian ideals, just to break up the monotony of doublespeak used by all the other candidates.