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Gary Johnson to address Johns Hopkins University in DC on “Liberty in Governance”

November 15, 2011Posted in Gov. Gary Johnson, Issue, Liberty, Small Government

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, University of California Washington Center and Financial Times Co-Sponsoring Governor Johnson Address and Town Hall on Yowie November 15, 2011, Santa Fe, NM — Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson will be addressing… Continue reading »


Gary Johnson To Meet With Local New Hampshire Business Owners

November 11, 2011Posted in Gov. Gary Johnson, Issue, New Hampshire, Small Government

November 11, 2011, Manchester, NH — Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson will hold an “Interview and Hire Governor Johnson for the job of President’ event and fundraiser at Hillview Restaurant (270 Amory Street, Manchester, NH) this Saturday, November 12 at 12:00pm…. Continue reading »


Gary Johnson To Participate In New Hampshire Radio Town Hall

November 9, 2011Posted in Gov. Gary Johnson, Issue, Liberty, New Hampshire, Small Government

GARY JOHNSON TO PARTICIPATE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE RADIO TOWN HALL Governor Johnson will take part in a radio town hall hosted by the Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC where he will debate Buddy Roemer and share the stage with Gingrich… Continue reading »


Gary Johnson pays unannounced visit to Wall Street protest — talks about jobs

October 19, 2011Posted in Blog, Gov. Gary Johnson, Issue, Job Creation, Liberty, Small Government, Spending, Taxes

October 19, 2011, New York, NY — Presidential candidate Gary Johnson paid an unannounced visit Tuesday night to the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York. Commenting after seeing the protest first-hand, the former New Mexico governor said, “Like many… Continue reading »


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 »


Johnson campaign releases “Google them all” web video

October 13, 2011Posted in Gov. Gary Johnson, Issue, Liberty, Small Government, YouTube

October 13, 2011, Santa Fe, NM — Governor Gary Johnson’s presidential campaign has released its latest web video, which encourages viewers to “Google” all the candidates for the Republican nomination and compare their respective records on job creation, controlling spending… Continue reading »


Salem Patch — ‘Johnson Pedals into Salem’

October 11, 2011Posted in Blog, Gov. Gary Johnson, New Hampshire, Small Government

From  Salem Patch By  Jake O’Donnell Continuing his week-long bike tour of New Hampshire Tuesday, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson stopped at Salem shop Cycles Etc. to get some rest on the final day of the tour. Johnson has… 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).

Gov. Gary Johnson on Freedom Watch, FOX Business - 10/3

October 3, 2011Posted in Blog, FairTax, Foreign Policy, Gov. Gary Johnson, Interview, Issue, Job Creation, Liberty, New Hampshire, News, Small Government, Spending, Taxes, Twitter, YouTube

Gov. Johnson had a great conversation with Judge Napolitano on Freedom Watch:

‘Gary Johnson for President in 2012′

Posted in Blog, Gov. Gary Johnson, Liberty, New Hampshire, Small Government

From Brentwood Citizens Forum by New Hampshire State Representative Bruce MacMahon: Just wanted to take this moment to make official my endorsement of former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson in the 2012 Republican presidential primary. Governor Johnson has proven himself… Continue reading »