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Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson offers lively alternative to dull debate between Romney and Obama

 Libertarian for President Governor Gary Johnson Will Provide Reactions and Commentary Online

 

Wednesday, October 3rd at 9 p.m. Eastern Time

 

Maryland Libertarian Muir Boda in 2-Way Race for House

Libertarian Muir Boda is seizing the opportunity to advance liberty as the only candidate on the ballot challenging entrenched incumbent Republican Andy Harris in Maryland’s 1st District Congressional race.

Politico features Ventura video calling for including Gov. Gary Johnson in presidential debates

This Politico article features a Jesse Ventura video and notes, "if anyone has gotten a raw deal from debate hosts in the 2012 cycle, it's Gary Johnson."

In the video, Jesse Ventura says: "When I first ran for governor of Minnesota in 1998, I was polling at only 8%. However after I appeared in televised debates, that percentage skyrocketed." Voters subsequently elected him Governor.

Will Gov. Gary Johnson's poll numbers, already at impressively high levels for a third party presidential candidate, skyrocket if he is included in the debates?

How to Save the Presidential Debates from being Snoozefests

We couldn't have said it better ourselves than does Dr. Barry Fagin, columnist for the Colorado Springs Gazette:

“There’s only one way to save the presidential debates from degenerating into boring snoozefests: Put (Governor) Gary Johnson in them.”
 
Read more: http://www.gazette.com/articles/few-144304-heard-look.html#ixzz26HAXG7sg

Michigan LP files in federal court to oppose state's refusal to place Libertarian on the ballot

Michigan is refusing to put the name of Gary Johnson of New Mexico, Gary Johnson of Texas, or anyone else on the ballot as the Libertarian Party candidate for President.

We're on the ballot in New Hampshire. Only 7 states left to get on.

The New Hampshire Secretary of State confirmed on September 5th that the Libertarian Party succeeded in placing two-term Governor Gary Johnson for President and Judge Jim Gray for Vice President on the ballot.

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