Could Libertarian Johnson hurt Romney in the West? As Ron Paul, Inc. Flutters, Can Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson Fill The Void? As Ron Paul support wanes as an outcome of disunity within his campaign, it is important to investigate the 2012 Libertarian Party presidential candidate, Gary Johnson, and his viability as the political leader of the movement for freedom and liberty, peace and truth, in the United States. I suspect that, if the Ron Paul campaign is silent on the confusion emanating from its ranks, and does not supply an aggressive pro-freedom and liberty message with an explanation to its supporters, blogging about and perhaps media coverage of Gary Johnson will increase. But, Gary Johnson’s philosophical dedication to the freedom movement is not steadfast enough to be sustained in a high-pressure national campaign, and the truth movement must recognize this or risk truly compromising itself by supporting a lukewarm libertarian candidate who fails to make a showing in the national election.
The Libertarian Patriot: Gary Johnson At 7% In Latest New Hampshire Poll. I was hoping for a little more support for Gary Johnson in the Granite State given the amount of campaigning he did there late last year and the fact that New Hampshire is a very libertarian state, but coming in at 7% in the latest PPP Poll is ok considering 65% of those polled have no opinion of the former New Mexico Governor.
Q. If the candidates for President this year were Democrat Barack Obama, Republican Mitt Romney, and Libertarian Gary Johnson, who would you vote for? Barack Obama... 51% Mitt Romney.... 38% Gary Johnson ... 7% Undecided....... 4% Johnson is still at his strongest among Independents at 12% while only garnering 6% support from Republicans and 3% from Democrats.
The one number that jumped out at me is his 13% support among those that self-identify as very conservative. Video of the Day: Gary Johnson Ad. Libertarian Party of Indiana.
New Libertarian Nominee Gary Johnson Slams Republicans For Gay Staffer Flap. Former New Mexico Gov.
Gary Johnson makes a statement in the Fox News/Google GOP Debate at the Orange County Convention Center on September 22, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Phelan M. Ebenhack-Pool/Getty Images) Get Politics Newsletters: BuzzFeed: Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson officially became the Libertarian Party's nominee for President on Saturday with 70 percent of the vote, and one of his first acts as an official candidate was to issue a strong indictment of the Republicans for the situation surrounding Mitt Romney's gay former foreign policy spokesman. Presidential Race Takes Libertarian Tilt In Nev. The Libertarian Party held its convention in Las Vegas over the weekend, choosing a presidential and vice-presidential nominee.
DolanSaturday, May 5, 2012 18:29 EDT Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson was nominated on Saturday to be the Libertarian Party’s presidential candidate in the upcoming 2012 election. “I am convinced that Gary Johnson will be an exceptional candidate, and a very successful President,” said Mark Hinkle, Libertarian Party Chair. “We have an impressive roster of talent this year to challenge our Big Government opponents not only in the race for the White House, but also in state and local races. Johnson won the nomination with 70 percent of the vote.
“I am honored and I just want to pledge that no one will be disappointed. Libertarians nominate ex-Governor Gary Johnson for president. Don’t Forget Gary Johnson! How the Libertarian Could Shake Up 2012. The budget-busting, pro-gay marriage former governor got the Libertarian party’s nod at a Las Vegas convention this weekend.
Michael Ames on why he’s shaping up to be a November spoiler. It's fitting that Gary Johnson made his Libertarian presidential campaign official at a Las Vegas casino. In the past, the Libertarians have favored philosophic purity over government experience, but this year they’re taking a gamble: that the former New Mexico governor can make them a legitimate alternative party. In an era of infinite political dysfunction, Johnson is rolling the dice with a brand of fiscal responsibility and social tolerance that could make him a real threat in November. Johnson has been polling between 6 and 9 percent nationally, a number just large enough to cover most Obama-Romney spreads. "The Libertarian candidate is going to be the only candidate talking about gun rights and gay rights in the same sentence, about slashing welfare spending and warfare spending," Gov. "Mr.