New York Times: Libertarian Gary Johnson Polls at 10 Percent. Who Are His Supporters?

ImageFrom the New York Times on September 4:

"Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate for president, may be on track to win more votes than any third-party candidate in 20 years, if current polling holds up.

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Number of Debate Podiums Not Known

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Libertarian Party Demands Fox New Cease and Desist

Alexandria The Libertarian Party releases this statement from Libertarian National Committee Political Director, Carla Howell:

“It has come to our attention that Fox News is running misleading ads for the first presidential debate scheduled for September 26, which show just two participants: Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. The Commission on Presidential Debates has not yet announced whether it will include Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson in debates.

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Tim Kaine's hometown paper endorses Gary Johnson

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Alexandria – The primary newspaper of record for the state of Virginia, The Richmond Times-Dispatch has announced its endorsement of Libertarian Gary Johnson for U.S. President. Richmond is also the hometown of Hillary Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine.  The editorial board gave a robust and enthusiastic endorsement stating,

“…there’s no doubt that Johnson belongs in the major leagues, and on the debate stage this fall. He is a skilled and experienced leader, an able communicator, an intelligent man.”

Politico: Libertarian VP nominee - Debate commission could lose tax exempt status by excluding us

ImageFrom Politico on September 2:

"The Libertarian nominee for vice president of the United States is warning that the Commission on Presidential Debates could lose its tax-exempt status if the Libertarian ticket is excluded from the debate stage.

Arizona Republic: The smart money's on Gary Johnson

ImageFrom AZCentral.com on August 31:

"Wealthy, libertarian-minded guys and gals spend hundreds of millions of dollars each year trying to move the political needle.

"They fund think tanks and grassroots organizations. During election season, they spend big bucks on independent campaigns to boost the chances of preferred candidates.

"Yet, they are largely skipping over the best opportunity to move the needle since Ronald Reagan.

Brian Chabot

US Senate,

Election Date: November 8, 2016


Max Abramson

Governor,

Election Date: November 8, 2016


Indiana University

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Contact:  Dylan Moore

dylmoore@umail.iu.edu

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College/University

University of Memphis

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Contact:  Miller Coleman

colenavy14@icloud.com

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