Gary Johnson, Libertarian Candidate for 2012 Presidential elections

Mr. Johnson, a former Governor of New Mexico, is the nominee of the Libertarian Party for President of the United States in the 2012 elections.

General Information

Name: Mr. Gary Johnson
Age: 59
Place of residence: Taos, N.M.



Attended college : Yes
College : University of New Mexico
Degree : Bachelor's Degree
Year of graduation : 1975

Employment Information

Job titles held : 
Door-to-Door Handyman
Business Owner, Big J Enterprises
Founder/Chairman, Our America Initiative

Political Information

Party affiliation : Libertarian
Running for a: Federal office
Running for position: President of the United States
Incumbent: No
First elected: 1994
Previous elective offices : Governor, N.M.
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : None.

Party HQ

Address 731 E South Temple
              Salt Lake City
              Utah 84102


Website : http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/
Twitter : www.http://twitter.com/govgaryjohnson
Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/govgaryjohnson/
Youtube : http://www.youtube.com/user/govgaryjohnson

Sharpie November 05, 2012 at 07:29 AM
On the ballot for the Presidency, Gov. Gary Johnson (Libertarian) and Dr. Jill Stein (Green). Make a special note to remember to watch the Free and Equal Election Debate between third party candidates, Gov. Gary Johnson and Dr. Jill Stein to be aired tonight on Monday evening, Nov. 5th from 9:00 - 10:30 pm Eastern Time. Perform a worthwhile civic duty, and be certain to listen in on this historic debate so that you can make an informed decision on voting day. Third party candidates who will be on the ballot in most states deserve to be heard. http://freeandequal.org/?v=1


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