"Like you, I'm not voting for Donald Trump."
Gary Johnson, the former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico who is now a Libertarian and running for the Libertarian nomination again, is now making his pitch directly to #NeverTrump Republicans. “Look, I can’t support Trump....Show More Summary
Another insightful essay by guest blogger, Myron Pauli: I’ve never limited myself to Republican and Democratic nominees since I cast my first Presidential vote writing in Barry Goldwater in 1972. No regrets on rejecting the decent but...Show More Summary
In a presidential campaign season featuring polarizing front-runners and infighting among Republicans and Democrats, Gary Johnson sees an opening. That’s if more folks realize they have options outside of the country’s two juggernaut parties, says the former two-term New Mexico governor. The...
I loved this segment of Part 2 of the Libertarian debate (which was on TV last Friday). Watch Gary Johnson — the one who's been a state governor — concede — in a light whiff of pragmatism — that we should "be open to a debate and discussion" on the subject. Show More Summary
Mr. Johnson, a former governor of New Mexico, is seeking to position himself as the alternative to which disillusioned Republicans can flock.
The Libertarian Debate was on TV last night, as I'm noticing this morning, reading my son John's live-blogging of it, which begins: 9:03 — Gary Johnson uses his opening statement to talk about his "wonderful family," including his grandchildren...Show More Summary
Former New Mexico Gov. and 2016 Libertarian White House hopeful Gary Johnson says he thinks President Obama is going to remove marijuana from the government’s “Schedule I” list of narcotics considered particularly harmful and addictive on his way out of office. “It’s...
Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, the former Republican governor of New Mexico, is polling in double digits against Donald Trump and...
Gary Johnson has a message for Republicans flirting with the idea of taking over the Libertarian Party to run an anti-Trump candidate for president: Bring it on.
WHAT COULD GO WRONG? Gary Johnson Thinks He’s Natural Fit for Third-Party Seekers.
Does Donald Trump even lift, bro? That was the implied question behind Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson's address to the Conservative Political Action Conference last week, as the former two-term New Mexico governor rattled...Show More Summary
In this year’s Republican presidential primaries, Sen. Rand Paul got little traction. In 2012, his father failed. That year, the Libertarian Party candidate, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, got