Libertarian Party Nominates Judge James P. Gray for Vice President
LAS VEGAS – The Libertarian Party on Saturday nominated Judge James P. Gray of California for Vice President of the United States, giving him a chance to take his agenda of downsizing the federal government and marijuana decriminalization to Washington.
Jim Gray was declared the party’s Vice Presidential nominee after he won 59 percent of Read more »
Libertarian Party Nominates Gary Johnson for President
LAS VEGAS – The Libertarian Party nominated former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson for President of the United States, expressing confidence he will be able to find effective small-government solutions to the country’s most pressing problems and mount a strong challenge to his major party rivals. Read more »
The former two-term Governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson, has won the Presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party on the first ballot. Facing three opponents in Lee Wrights, Carl Person, and Jim Burns, Johnson needed a majority vote on the first ballot in order to win.
Toni Nathan announced that Gary Johnson had won the Presidential nomination on the Read more »
Gary Johnson reportedly said on the debate stage that he was going to be a member of the Libertarian Party for the rest of his life. He also said that, should he lose the race for the nomination (an unlikely prospect), he would run for the office again in 2016.
Additionally, in an interview with Reason, 2008 Presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party nomination Mary Ruwart had some positive things to say about Johnson’s Read more »
On May 3, the Maryland State Board of Elections determined that the Americans Elect petition for party status has enough valid signatures. Americans Elect submitted 18,450 signatures. The requirement is 10,000 valid signatures. Thanks to Doug McNeil for this news.
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