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Johnson/Gray Announce Next Set of Candidate Endorsements

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

14 August 2012 – Salt Lake City – Gary Johnson 2012 Campaign Headquarters

 

www.garyjohnson2012.com

 

 

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Libertarian Party vice presidential nominee Judge James Gray has endorsed, on behalf of the Johnson/Gray 2012 Campaign, an Ohio ballot initiative that would define marriage in Ohio’s Constitution as, “a union of two consenting adults.”… Read more ...

Liberty Point: Win or lose, Libertarians make a difference

Brian Irving at Liberty Point:

North Carolina’s Libertarian candidates are optimistic that regardless of the outcome of Tuesday’s election, their campaigns have made a difference. They are optimistic because of the reaction they’ve received from voters unhappy with the two major parties.

“Voters are quite polarized this year, so my results are going to depend on turnout of unaffiliated and disenchanted Republican voters, plus a low Democrat turnout,” said Lon Cecil, candidate for U.S.… Read more ...