Cato: If Democrats Really Want to Poach Gary Johnson Voters

ImageFrom the Cato Institute's blog on September 29:

Should Clinton withdraw, so she doesn’t spoil the race for Libertarian Gary Johnson?

ImageFrom a letter to the editor in USA Today, written by Oliver Hall, Special Counsel to the LNC, on October 6:

Former LNC chair interviewed on RT television

Dr. James Lark
Dr. James Lark

Former Libertarian National Committee chair Dr. James Lark was interviewed on Russia Today on September 27.

Lauren Daugherty of Texas LP interviewed on KCEN-TV

ImageLauren Daugherty, chair of the McClennan County LP in Texas, was recently interviewed on KCEN-TV, the NBC affiliate in Central Texas.

"'The rules right now are even more stacked against us than they ever were,' Ms. Daugherty said. 'For example, the polling that determines whether we have the supposed 15 percent to get on that debate stage is not fair.'"

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Libertarian Party: CPD shuts out millions of voters again

Gov. Gary Johnson color photo

Gov. Gary Johnson

The Commission on Presidential Debates, a private organization controlled by the Democratic and Republican Parties, relied on rigged polls in its decision to exclude Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson from the second presidential debate, being held on October 9. This comes in spite of the fact that polls consistently show he draws broad support from independents, military personnel, and millennials.

Well-known political statistician: It’s ‘plausible’ the election could end in a tie

"Political statistician Nate Silver said over the weekend that, with Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson polling at 24 percent in his home state of New Mexico, it is “plausible” the election could end in a deadlock.

John Roberts

East Bay Regional Park District Ward 2,

Election Date: November 8, 2016

Phone: 949-379-9437

Washington Post article shows Gov. Gary Johnson a guardian of taxpayer money

ImageAn October 3 Washington Post article seems intent on casting Libertarian Gary Johnson in a negative light based on his performance as two-term governor of New Mexico.

But for those who think government is too big, their portrayal showed Johnson to be the penultimate outsider who resisted unrelenting pressure from special interests and their legislative allies, earning the nick name “Governor No.”


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