Uncovered Politics has a great excerpt from Darcy G. Richardson's forthcoming book, Out of the Desert: The Libertarian Party at 40, that chronicles some of parallels between Gary Johnson's opportunity to make electoral history and similar moments in the past for LP candidates Andre Marrou (1992) and Ed Clark (1980). In both cases another third-party candidate effectively used up all the oxygen in the room, condemning the Libertarian to obscurity.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, a socially liberal libertarian who is running for President as a third-party candidate. Johnson, who struggled to gain traction with the Republica... Read Post
HuffPo appears to be intent upon actually covering Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson's impact on the Presidential election. Libertarian Gary Johnson is the ONLY presidentialcandidate who support marijuana legalization. Today, HuffP... Read Post
In an article yesterday, AllVoices praised former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson and running mate Judge Jim Gray (both presumptive nominees until 5 May) as the strongest ticket in the history of the Libertarian Party: Gary Johnson... Read Post