Jan 28 2012

Gary Johnson Interview on FoxNews.com Live (Jan. 24)

Source: GaryJohnson2012.com

I always raise eyebrows when I say that “Good government is easy”. But it is, with a little common sense and principles based on the idea that less government is better government.

My interview this week on FoxNews.com LIVE….

‘Good government is easy’
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Jan 28 2012

NY1 Online: Libertarian Gary Johnson Makes Case For White House

Source: GaryJohnson2012.com

Friends,

It is a busy week for me in New York, with multiple appearances on Fox, MSNBC, and NY1 – Time Warner’s 4.5 million viewer news channel.

Take a few minutes to watch my interview with NY1. A great, Read more »

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Jan 28 2012

GOV. GARY JOHNSON: GINGRICH WOULD HAVE TAKEN WAR ON DRUGS TO A LETHAL LEVEL

Source: GaryJohnson2012.com

GOV. GARY JOHNSON: GINGRICH WOULD HAVE TAKEN WAR ON DRUGS TO A LETHAL LEVEL

Former Speaker Proposed Death Penalty for Bringing 2 Ozs. Of Marijuana Into U.S.

January 23, 2012, New York, NY — Appearing on MSNBC Saturday, Read more »

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Jan 28 2012

Americans Elect Starts Party Petition in Wisconsin

Source: Ballot Access News

On January 26, Americans Elect started circulating its petition for party status in Wisconsin. 10,000 signatures are needed. Americans Elect didn’t do this petition last year because Wisconsin law won’t let the party petition circulate until January 1 of an election year. It is due May 1. Read more »

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Jan 28 2012

Washington Post Carries Ralph Nader Letter About Ballot Access

Source: Ballot Access News

The January 28 print edition of the Washington Post carries this letter to the editor from Ralph Nader. Nader commends U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder for fighting for voting rights for voters, but points out that the administration has been silent about ballot access for candidates. Nader also advocates that Congress pass a national ballot Read more »

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Jan 28 2012

Missouri Election Law Bills

Source: Ballot Access News

Besides the Missouri election law bill mentioned in the preceding post, several other interesting election law bills are pending in the Missouri legislature. HB 1183, by Representative Mark Parkinson, a Republican, would cancel the Missouri presidential primary now set for February 7. The bill was introduced on January 5, but the fact that it has not made Read more »

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Jan 28 2012

Missouri Bill Introduced to Eliminate Need for Minor Party Petitions to Carry a Slate of Presidential Elector Candidates

Source: Ballot Access News

On January 10, four Missouri state representatives introduced HB 1236, which deletes the accidental error in the 1993 ballot access reform bill that requires party petitions to include the names of presidential elector candidates. In general, the Missouri petition to qualify a new party for the ballot does not carry the names of any Read more »

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