Libertarian Party

The Hill: Democrats Target Gary Johnson as Third Party Spoiler

Jonathan Easley and Ben Kamisar report in The Hill that Democrats are increasing their attacks on Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson out of fear that his third party bid is taking votes that would otherwise go to Hillary Clinton.


‘Bernie or Bust’? Sanders Supporters Consider Next Steps

Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) are wondering what to do next, now that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the Democratic Party’s official presidential nominee — and that Bernie has endorsed her.

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Watch: Fire Alarm Goes Off During MSNBC Interview With Libertarian VP Nominee

Wednesday on MSNBC, Libertarian Party vice-presidential nominee former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld had his interview with Jose Diaz-Balart interrupted when the fire alarm went off in the Miami studio from which he was broadcasting. After the going to commercial break, the broadcast


Gary Johnson: ‘Libertarians Kind of Represent the Best of Both Parties’

Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” recently nominated Libertarian Party presidential nominee former Republican New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson touted what his party represents and argued that the Libertarian Party represents the best of both the Republican Party


Libertarians Beg For Koch Money As Fat Man Strips On Convention Stage

“I think being successful businessmen that they understand the nature of return on investment, and I think it’s time for them to come home,” Libertarian National Committee chairman Nicholas Sarwark said at a press conference in Orlando Sunday following his party’s nomination of Gary Johnson for president and Bill Weld for vice president.

Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson

Watch: Former NM Gov Gary Johnson Announces Libertarian Bid for President

Wednesday in an appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson announced his bid to seek the 2016 Libertarian nomination for president. Johnson, who also sought the Republican nomination in 2012 before withdrawing