Libertarians Select Gov. Gary Johnson for President, Gov. William Weld for Vice-President
May 29, 2016
Governor Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson, two-term governor of New Mexico, was selected to be the Libertarian Party's 2016 presidential candidate by the delegates at the Libertarian National Convention in Orlando, Florida on May 29. William Weld, former governor of Massachusetts, received the vice presidential nomination.
“People are looking at their choices and deciding that this is the year to elect Libertarians," said JAL Chair John Munchmeyer, who served as a delegate from Virginia at the convention. Mr. Munchmeyer was interviewed by NBC, CNN, and the LA Times.
Also at the convention, JAL Secretary Jim Lark presented the Party's three prestigious awards (the Samuel Adams, Thomas Paine, and Thomas Jefferson Awards).
Dr. Lark at the Podium
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