A recent PPP (Public Policy Polling) poll featured on the Gary Johnson Grassroots blog shows Governor Johnson only 3 points behind Obama in the 2012 Presidential election proving that in a state where voters know him best he has the… Continue reading »
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Over the weekend, I enjoyed yet another fantastic visit to New Hampshire. It began with a drive up to Lancaster (which is not far from the Canadian border), where I spent two evenings meeting with state legislators and activists at… Continue reading »
Presidential candidate Gary Johnson on Cavuto on June 27, 2011.
Yesterday, Gov. Johnson competed in the White Mountain Cycling Classic in Lincoln, New Hampshire. Gary raced 43 miles (10 laps of a 4.3 mile course) in the 35+ age category. Proceeds from the race went to benefit the New England… Continue reading »
Check out Gov. Gary Johnson’s appearance on CNN’s “John King USA” (guest hosted by Joe Johns) last night: And help Gary spread our message of limited government, individual liberty, and fiscal responsibility by making your most generous donation today!
From the Daily Caller by Amanda Carey Presidential candidate Gary Johnson took a slightly unorthodox approach regarding job creation on Thursday. “I didn’t create a single job,” said the former Governor of New Mexico. His statement came in response to… Continue reading »
Governor Gary Johnson’s segment on Your World with Neil Cavuto.
June 22, 2011, Santa Fe, NM – Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson released the following statement in response to President Obama’s Afghanistan address: “While bringing any of our troops home from Afghanistan is a good thing, the President’s plan is not… Continue reading »
From the Washington Examiner by John Stossel: Someone was missing from last week’s Republican presidential debate, and that’s too bad. He’s an announced candidate who was a two-term governor of New Mexico, and he makes a case for strongly limited… Continue reading »
Editorial from the Foster’s Daily Democrat Gary Johnson could have tucked his tail between his legs and headed back to New Mexico after being denied a chance to participate in the June 13 Republican presidential primary debate. He could… Continue reading »