Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Gov. Johnson In the News: Johnson-Gray Ticket On the Move

Gary Johnson, Libertarian
Seattle Times
By Bruce Ramsey

New Mexico is a “blue” state, 47% Hispanic. Johnson won the governorship the first time with 49.8 percent of the vote in a race against an incumbent Democrat and a third-party Green. He won the second time with 54.5 percent. In 2008 he supported libertarian Republican Ron Paul for president, and in 2012 Johnson announced a run himself. He would have had Paul’s supporters this year, except that Paul ran again and kept them for himself.

Libertarian hopeful Gary Johnson gets warm welcome in chilly Alaska
Alaska Dispatch
By Amanda Coyne

Even though Alaska has a relatively strong Libertarian Party, former two-term New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson’s face isn't readily recognizable to many in the state. So it was surprising to this reporter when a young man walked up to his table at the Midtown Anchorage Village Inn, where Johnson was munching on a cobb salad, to shake his hand and thank him for running for president of the United States.

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