Newsday: This year could be different for Libertarian Gary Johnson

ImageGary Johnson, a candidate for the 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential nomination, was interviewed on May 1 by Newsday, a daily newspaper which serves Long Island, New York, and has the 11th highest circulation for daily papers in the country.

“There’s been a lot of talk about rigged election processes this year.

“Some of it’s been legitimate; much of it’s been bunk.

“But almost none of it’s been about the most egregious breach in democratic principles occurring right before our eyes in the willful omission of former New Mexico Republican Gov. Gary Johnson from the national presidential polls.

“Johnson, whom I had a chance to sit down with on Friday at the Algonquin Hotel in Manhattan, is a virtual lock to be the Libertarian Party candidate for president, which he was in 2012. As such, he’d appear on the ballot in November in all 50 states. Only three candidates will be able to say that, the Democratic Party nominee, the Republican Party nominee and the Libertarian Party nominee.

“That’s a big deal.”

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