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Gary Johnson was the governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003 and ran ...

wikipedia - 08 Nov 2016
Gary Johnson was the governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003 and ran for president in 2012 and 2016. In December 2011 he announced he would pursue the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party for the 2012 general election. The Libertarian National Convention in May, 2012 chose Johnson as the party's candidate. In November 2014, Johnson announced he would pursue the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party for the 2016 general election. Johnson has taken positions on many political issues as
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Republican John Cox Secures Spot in California Governor's Race

Wall Street Journal - 06 Jun 2018
SAN FRANCISCO—Democratic Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom placed first and Republican businessman John Cox second in California's all-party primary Tuesday, ensuring the GOP won't be shut out of a top-of-the-ticket fall election to succeed term-limited Gov.
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Some Positive Developments For New Mexico Voters

KRWG - 29 May 2018
The change is thanks to the strong showing of former governor Gary Johnson in the 2016 presidential election, and not to any enlightenment by Republican and Democratic lawmakers who want to maintain the two-party system. ...
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Pearce's decision opens door for four GOP candidates

Las Cruces Sun-News - 30 May 2018
He had taken a leave of absence from his job as a business professor at New Mexico State University to take that position, but resigned seven months in after a critical inspector general report into a tribal loan program he directed. Clarkson has ...
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Five things you need to know about John Cox

Sacramento Bee - 04 Jan 2018
4. He didn't vote for Donald Trump. Cox, whose campaign slogan, “Clean out the Barn” is similar to President Donald Trump's “Drain the Swamp,” didn't vote for the GOP nominee. Cox supported libertarian Gary Johnson, though he believes on balance that ...

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