Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson thinks Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump could be his ticket to having a significant effect on the 2016 race. "If the Libertarian candidate for president ever — ever! — has a chance of getting elected...Show More Summary
John McAfee is running for president as a member of the Libertarian Party. This is an op-ed he wrote and gave us permission to run. I watched Donald Trump speak at Liberty University last Monday. It was inspiring, especially the part where he touted his “Great Wall” between the US and Mexico. Show More Summary
John McAfee is running for president as a member of the Libertarian Party. This is an op-ed he wrote and gave us permission to run. Last week, the Obama administration sent a high level delegation to Silicon Valley to lobby for back doors into software and to urge companies not to develop unbreakable encryption. Show More Summary
The field of candidates for the 2016 presidential election is definitely one of the most varied that we’ve seen in recent years. With that in mind, it came as no surprise to see technology figurehead John MacAfee announcing his candidacy last year. Show More Summary
Gary Johnson, a two-term Republican governor of New Mexico who became the Libertarian Party's 2012 presidential nominee, will make his second third-party run for president. Johnson received 1.2 million votes in 2012, the highest total his party received in its 40-year history. Show More Summary
Well, here he goes again. He was the Libertarian Party’s nominee in 2012.
There was nothing all that unusual about the latest announcement of presidential candidacy. 2012 Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson, once the Republican governor of New Mexico, will again pursue his new party's nomination. He will come with some fresh notoriety as the former CEO of Cannabis Sativa, a "Nevada-based marijuana... More »
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson on Wednesday said he is seeking the Libertarian Party nomination for president.
The former New Mexico governor hopes to be the Libertarian Party’s nominee, but is realistic about his prospects in the fall.
Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is running for president in the Libertarian Party. He announced his candidacy while appearing as a guest...
The Libertarian Party's 2012 nominee is joining an already crowded 2016 field.
Gary Johnson, a two-term Republican governor of New Mexico who became the Libertarian Party's 2012 presidential nominee, will officially announce his 2016 campaign on Fox News on Wednesday. "It was kind of a commitment from the last go-round that I made to a lot of people," said Johnson in an interview with the Washington Post. […]
Former New Mexican Governor 2012 Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson is running again. Earlier this week, Johnson announced his resignation as CEO of Cannabis Sativa, a company whose goal is to “to brand and market the highest quality, legal cannabis products available today – and to innovate the industry-leading products of tomorrow.” Now read [...]
Connecticut Law Tribune: The Libertarian Party has filed a lawsuit against the state of Connecticut, challenging laws pertaining to gathering signatures on petitions to place candidates on election ballots. Specifically, the Libertarians object to a provision that requires Connecticut residents … Continue reading ?
Politicians in Washington had rather stop sending to Syrian militants weapons being used to terrorize the population, instead of arguing about the list of terrorists' victims in the country, Nicholas Sarwark, the chair of the US Libertarian Party, told Sputnik.
Mass deportation of undocumented migrants to Central America planned by US authorities would be a "foolish waste" of taxpayer money, Nicholas Sarwark, chair of the US Libertarian Party, told Sputnik.
John McAfee, Libertarian Party candidate for president of the United States.
The Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit just granted the State of Ohio's motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Libertarian Party of Ohio in what had become a "long struggle." The Party had previously tasted defeat when the district court granted partial summary judgment to the......
Amanda Swafford, who ran on the Libertarian Party ticket for the Senate seat now occupied by David Perdue has decided to become an independent. In a Facebook post this morning, Swafford says, As a member of the Libertarian Party working to reform Georgia’s ballot access laws, I have enjoyed a degree of privilege and access …