Mark Miller, the Texas Libertarian Party candidate for the Railroad Commission, was endorsed by the state's second-largest daily newspaper, the Dallas Morning News, on September 15:
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Libertarian Party Requests National Security Briefings for Johnson/Weld
Alexandria – The Libertarian Party has formally requested that the General Services Administration (GSA) designate the 2016 Libertarian presidential nominees, Governor Gary Johnson and Governor William Weld, as "eligible candidates" under the Presidential Transition Act of 1963 (PTA).
The designation, determined by GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth, would entitle the Libertarian candidates to receive national security briefings, among other services and facilities.
Under the PTA, candidates may be deemed eligible provided that they:
Breaking with a 100-year streak of endorsing Republicans, the New Hampshire Union-Leader, the state's newspaper of record, endorsed Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson for president.
From the September 15 the editorial:
"Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is back in New Hampshire today, and we encourage Granite State voters disgusted by the choices they face in this fall’s presidential election to give him a close look.
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Success! Libertarians on ballot in all 50 states, first since 1996
Today in Rhode Island, the last state where Libertarians needed to petition, the Secretary of State website confirms that Libertarians Gov. Gary Johnson and Gov. William Weld will be on the ballot this November, making it official that the ticket will be on all fifty state ballots, plus the District of Columbia.
Libertarian National Committee vice chair Arvin Vohra was interviewed by Russia Today on September 12:
"Clinton’s physical condition is not the biggest campaign problem. The president needs to stay on one side of issues for some length of time and she hasn’t been able to do that, says former Libertarian candidate for the US Senate Arvin Vohra."
"Given that a majority of Americans dislike the two major-party candidates for president, the Commission on Presidential Debates should open up the first presidential debate to one or more third-party candidates.
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