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The 2016 presidential campaign of Gary Johnson, the 29th Govern...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
The 2016 presidential campaign of Gary Johnson, the 29th Governor of New Mexico, was announced on January 6, 2016, for the nomination of the Libertarian Party for President of the United States. He officially won the nomination on May 29, 2016, at the Libertarian National Convention in Orlando, Florida, receiving 56% of the vote. Former Massachusetts Governor William Weld was endorsed by Johnson for the Libertarian vice-presidential nomination, which he also received on May 29, 2016.
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

Gary Johnson Jumps Into New Mexico Senate Race

Daily Beast - 14 Aug 2018
Johnson, who served two terms from 1995 to 2003 as a Republican governor of the state, tweeted on Tuesday that “New Mexico deserves a strong, independent voice in the U.S. Senate,” accompanied by a campaign video put together by Elect Liberty PAC ...
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

Gary Johnson Announces Bid For New Mexico Senate Seat

NewsChannel5.com - 15 Aug 2018
Gary Johnson announced his campaign for New Mexico's Senate seat on Tuesday by tweeting a video made by a political action committee supporting him. Johnson was the Libertarian candidate in the 2016 presidential election and served as a Republican ...
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

Gary Johnson: I could have power as the Senate swing vote

Fox News - 17 Aug 2018
Look, it's not about out raising your opponents but it's having parody when it comes to money and in the presidential races -- look, in 2016 we raised 12 million dollars to Donald Trump and Hilary Clintons 1.8 billion dollars apiece. So I'm afraid ...
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

Former Gary Johnson Campaign Manager Ron Nielson Launches SuperPAC

Reason (blog) - 09 Aug 2018
The move came after the Libertarian Party's unanimous decision Saturday to nominate the two-time former governor to replace State Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn, who vacated his candidacy late last month while urging Johnson to run. "Aubrey Dunn just ...
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

Gary Johnson mulling run for US Senate

KOMO News - 27 Jul 2018
8, 2016 file photo, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson poses for a portrait at his election night party in Albuquerque, N.M. Former Libertarian Party presidential candidate Johnson is considering jumping into the race for U.S. Senate in ...
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

APNewsBreak: Johnson to make Libertarian bid for Senate seat

WTHR - 15 Aug 2018
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Former Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson began his campaign Tuesday to unseat New Mexico's junior Democratic senator, seeking political opportunity in the space between Democrats and voters loyal to President Donald ...
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

Former Gov. Gary Johnson joins US Senate race

KRQE News 13 - 14 Aug 2018
Johnson ran on the Libertarian ticket in the 2016 presidential election but was elected as a Republican for his two terms as New Mexico's governor in the 90s. Johnson is expected to officially announce his bid while meeting with local media on Thursday.
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

For Most Trump Voters, 'Very Warm' Feelings for Him Endured

Pew Research Center for the People and the Press - 09 Aug 2018
While most Trump voters continued to have very positive feelings for him, Clinton voters – and voters who supported Gary Johnson and Jill Stein – continued to have even more negative views of Trump. This March, an overwhelming share (93%) of verified ...
gary johnson presidential campaign, 2016

Libertarian Party courts Gary Johnson for Senate run

Washington Post - 05 Aug 2018
SANTA FE, N.M. — Former New Mexico governor and unsuccessful presidential candidate Gary Johnson received a formal invitation Saturday to run for the U.S. Senate under the Libertarian Party banner. The central committee of New ...

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