Since we last listed the candidates recognized on LP.org, the official website of the Libertarian Party, two candidates have been added: Erik Gerhardt and Phil Gray.
Gerhardt participated in the January 11 and January 18 Libertarian presidential debates
. There is very little information available about him on his official website.
Someone with the name Phil Gray previously commented
at IPR in 2016 on an article about the Johnson-Weld ticket: Gray has not participated in any Libertarian debates. His website has good information with detailed, but not too detailed, About and Platform pages.
There may be a path to the White House. If Johnson Weld wins a very few targeted states, and deny the others 270, the newly seated House votes by state. If there are 26 deadlocked states by representative count, they may choose Johnson. The road runs through Ohio, and the single district Western states
Gray has not participated in any Libertarian debates. His website has good information with detailed, but not too detailed, About and Platform pages.
As we have reported, New Hampshire State Representative Max Abramson and former Senator and Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee have withdrawn from the race and so have both been removed from the list.