Here’s a sample of the media coverage of Libertarian presidential candidate Gov. Gary Johnson’s visit to Duke University yesterday. He held a press conference in the afternoon, attended mostly by university and college newspapers, and then spoke to an enthusiastic student crowd that evening at Reynolds Theater.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson asked voters to waste their ballot on him in the November election.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson spoke Thursday in Durham about the rise in libertarianism in today’s political environment. Joining him at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University were libertarian gubernatorial candidates Barbara Howe and Brian Irving.
New Mexico’s governor, Gary Johnson came to Duke University to convince students that he does have the resume to become the next president of the United States.
There was no patriotic bunting and no extensive media coverage in a massive arena. This wasn’t the Democratic or Republican convention. But the political fervor was just as strong Thursday evening at Duke University for a parade of speakers representing an alternative to the two major parties.
A quick glance at Gary Johnson during his visit Thursday to Duke University was enough to realize the Libertarian candidate for president is no Barack Obama or Mitt Romney.
A little-viewed video is not the provocation for anti-American violence in the Middle East, and America should shut down its foreign embassies and bring its ambassadors home, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson said Thursday at Duke University.