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Gary Johnson Sends CNN A Letter On Debate Exclusion

October 17, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, Nevada, Small Government

October 17, 2011, Santa Fe, NM - In response to being excluded from the October 18th CNN debate Presidential candidate Gary Johnson sent CNN Senior Vice President and Washington Bureau Chief Mr. Sam Fiest the following letter: “Much has been… Continue reading »


Momentum Builds In New Hampshire

October 10, 2011Posted in Blog, Event, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, Issue, Job Creation, Liberty, New Hampshire, News, Small Government, Spending, Twitter

Gov. Gary Johnson’s momentum builds in the Live Free or Die State as he and supporters roll into Manchester for a national GooglePlus Hangout Townhall at 7 PM (http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/connect/hangouts).

Slate: The Gary Johnson Rule, Remixed

Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, New Hampshire, News, Twitter

From Dave Weigel, at Slate: Let’s hand it to the Washington Post, Bloomberg, and Dartmouth University: They have figured out a debate invite schematic that goes beyond polls to squeeze Gary Johnson and Buddy Roemer out of tomorrow’s debate. The… Continue reading »


Johnson collects miles and tries to win votes on his bicycle in N.H.

October 6, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, Interview, New Hampshire

From Boston Globe By Shira Schoenberg MILFORD, N.H. - Wearing a lightning-patterned cycling jersey and black bike shorts, Republican presidential candidate Gary Johnson donned his helmet this afternoon and set off on his bike across New Hampshire. “I’ll ride every… Continue reading »


On Stossel — “Johnson: I Didn’t Create a Single Job as Governor”

September 24, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, Issue, Job Creation, Liberty, News, Small Government, Spending, Twitter

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Is This The Sanest Man Running For President?

September 23, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, Interview, Issue, Liberty, New Hampshire, Small Government, Spending

From GQ by Lisa DePaulo Photographs by Peter Yang, November 2011 With Gary, and it’s okay to call him Gary, it’s not so much the things he says and does that are spectacularly unusual (or spectacularly misguided, depending on your… Continue reading »


Gary Johnson to hold two “hangouts” during upcoming New Hampshire Trip

September 15, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, New Hampshire, Twitter

Manchester, NH, September 15, 2011 — Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson will host two ‘hangouts’ during his upcoming trip to New Hampshire. Channeling house parties as a traditional way for voters to meet and learn about candidate, Governor Johnson is using… Continue reading »


Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson Returns To New Hampshire, September 17-21

September 14, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, New Hampshire, Small Government, Twitter

Sept. 14, 2011, Santa Fe, NM - Presidential candidate Gary Johnson will return to New Hampshire Sept. 17 for a four day campaign visit that will feature two “Google Hangout” events  and appearances in Nashua, Bedford, Merrimack, Keene, and Durham…. Continue reading »


Major Feature from Outside Magazine: “Failure to Launch”

September 12, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, Interview, Liberty, New Hampshire, Small Government, Spending, Twitter

Johnson at home in Santa Fe a few days after racing in August’s Leadville 100 Photographer: Inga Hendrickson From Outside Magazine By: Nick Heil Gary Johnson, the darkest horse in the 2012 Republican presidential field, has spent most of his… Continue reading »


Statement from Governor Gary Johnson on the Anniversary of September 11, 2001

September 10, 2011Posted in Blog, Facebook, Gov. Gary Johnson, Liberty, Twitter

September 10, 2011, Santa Fe, NM — Governor Gary Johnson released the following statement on the anniversary of September 11, 2001: “As we all pause this weekend to remember the events of September 11, 2001, our thoughts are with those… Continue reading »