The Mountain Party's U.S. Senate Candidate says his supporters come from a number of political backgrounds.
"I am not just pulling liberals and liberal Democrats as I'm constantly characterized," Jesse Johnson said on Friday's MetroNews Talkline.
"I'm driving a truck right down the center where most people are with no nonsense, basic values of truth and, what I'm doing, is I'm loading up people from both sides."
Johnson's Talkline appearance was one of several scheduled with the candidates prior to Election Day on Tuesday, November 2nd.
He says he could be a game changer if voters opt to send him to Capitol Hill.
"If I go in, then things really will change and they will have to change," Johnson says. "Because both major parties will have to be catering to me. It will shake up Washington on a level that you've never seen."
Johnson says voters need to remember their choices are not limited to Republicans or Democrats.
"Every time, when you just bat the ball to one side of the court or the other, there's no ref. I want to be the ref for the people of West Virginia and for the people of the United States of America."
Republican U.S. Senate Candidate John Raese and Constitution Party U.S. Senate Candidate Jeff Becker have already appeared on MetroNews Talkline.
An invitation has been extended to Governor Joe Manchin, the Democrat U.S. Senate Candidate.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 2nd.
Early voting continues through Saturday, October 30th.