On May 15, Nebraska held a presidential primary for the Democratic, Republican, and Libertarian Parties. Here is a link to the unofficial results, via the Secretary of State’s web page. Gary Johnson won the Libertarian primary and Roger Gary placed second. UPDATE: later returns show Lee Wrights in second place. Thanks to the commenters who pointed this out. Read more »
North Carolina held a presidential primary on May 8 for the Democratic, Republican, and Libertarian Parties. The State Board of Elections web page has unofficial results, but it is not easy to link to the presidential results.
As of 11:30 p.m. eastern time, the Democratic results are: President Obama 757,195; no preference 198,903. Read more »
Gary Johnson has now participated in one debate with other candidates seeking the Libertarian nomination, and has made plans to appear in others. Johnson has received the endorsement of several Read more »
The North Carolina Libertarian Party has requested that the state provide it with a presidential primary, which would be held on May 8. The party has requested that the State Board of Elections list six candidates on the party’s presidential primary ballot: Roger Gary, R. J. Harris, Gary Johnson, Lee Wrights, Carl Person, and Bill Still. Read more »
ManhattanLP.org lists Gary Johnson, the former two term Governor of New Mexico and former candidate for the Republican nomination who switched to the Libertarian Party on December 28, as one of the guests at their upcoming convention on Saturday January 21st, along with several other candidates for the Libertarian presidential nomination – Bill Still, Carl Person and RJ Harris. Read more »
Here’s what I know about what has happened with the campaigns for the LP presidential nomination in the last few months:
Gary Johnson is now officially in the LP race. Since making that announcement on December 28, Johnson has held a birthday money bomb which netted over $40k and has been included in an ACLU civil liberties report card that compared him to Read more »
“I want to be your next president so I can leave you alone.” – R. Lee Wrights
Kudos to the Harris County (Texas) Libertarian Party and Guy McClendon for organizing the latest Libertarian presidential debate, or as Lee Wrights likes to describes these events, the Libertarian presidential job interview. Here is the video.