In an article published here yesterday about the recent complaint filed against the Commission on Presidential Debates, Judge Jim Gray, the Libertarian Party’s 2012 Vice Presidential nominee, identified himself as a “potential candidate.” It was not entirely clear whether he was referring to the presidential or vice presidential nomination. I contacted Judge Gray to find out.
In response to whether he considered himself a potential candidate for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination, via e-mail, Gray wrote the following:
In a word, no. Governor Gary Johnson is the most qualified person to be President that I know of, and I fully support him. It is my understanding that he will announce his candidacy for President as a Libertarian sometime in February. And I have already told him that if he asks me, I would be proud again to be his running mate. But that is his decision to make.
So stay tuned, and help to elect President Gary Johnson in 2016. It is the best investment we can make in our great country.