Remember the Days When No One had Heard of Gov. Gary Johnson?

Remember the days when no one had even heard of Gov. Gary Johnson?


Wow. Remember the days when no one had even heard of Gov. Gary Johnson?

Well, thanks to thousands of supporters across the country, the Commission on Presidential Debates – and more importantly the companies and organizations who give them money – are hearing a LOT about the Governor. And they are hearing the truth about the private organization that calls itself a Commission and has rigged the system to make sure voters only see and hear the Republican and Democrat candidates for President.

We are still fighting the exclusion of Governor Johnson from the debates. We’ve gone to Federal Court, and thousands of Americans are flooding the debate sponsors with emails, phone calls and Facebook posts, causing at least two of those sponsors to pull their support and their money.

Please go to www.garyjohnson2012.com today and make
sure we have the funding to keep up this extremely crucial

While we don’t know yet whether the debate commission will listen, we do know for a fact that their phone lines and email inboxes are being overwhelmed. And we know they are being hit where it hurts: their wallets. But most important, we are seeing first-hand the power of Americans who support Liberty and who want a non-interventionist, socially tolerant and true small government advocate - like Governor Johnson - to be heard.

This outcry is gratifying, but we can’t stop there. We must continue to drive home Governor Johnson’s message – regardless of whether the Republicans and Democrats will allow it to be heard tomorrow night. Our radio ads, our thousands of volunteers, and our social media  campaigns are working. But Gov. Johnson needs your help to keep liberty in this election. Your support is making the difference, and your contribution today at www.garyjohnson2012.com will allow us to keep building the amazing momentum we are seeing right now.

Americans may or may not see Gov. Johnson on the stage in Denver – we can’t control that, despite our best efforts. But, you CAN make sure Americans are hearing his message on their radios, on their computers and on their TVs. Your contribution – large or small – at www.garyjohnson2012.com today will make sure Governor Johnson is not silenced by the two “major” parties and their rigged debates.

Polls all over the country continue to show Governor Johnson’s impact on the presidential race, especially in key swing states. That impact will continue to grow with your help. Liberty, freedom and non-intervention MUST be represented in this election. Don’t let Gov. Johnson be silenced.

Thank you, as always, for your friendship
and support.

Ron Nielson Senior Advisor to Governor Gary Johnson

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Mimi October 04, 2012 at 06:41 PM
Even though I like Gov.Johnson, this is not the year to split the vote. There is too much at stake.
Yikes! October 08, 2012 at 02:48 AM
Thanks for posting this Kenneth. The fact that two major sponsors have pulled out of this past debate shows that some ethics are still alive and well in the business world. The mainstream media (or rather, whomever owns them) has done a good job at keeping the Green and Libertarian party candidates out of public consciousness this election.The treatment of Ron Paul by his own party at the RNC was appalling. It will be interesting to see how the court rules on this. Hopefully we will get to see Gary in the future debates, here is a link to his recent interview with Larry KIng for anyone interested: http://www.hulu.com/watch/408666
Eve October 08, 2012 at 12:31 PM
Thank you Kenneth! My families Sunday night political chat was all about Gary Johnson. I am also outraged by his exclusion from the debates. As a PA resident, how can I insure my vote for him?
Smedley October 19, 2012 at 03:11 AM
We need Ballot Access Reform in Pennsylvania. Any candidate running for an office should be required to collect the same amount of signatures. There is no reason 3rd party and Independent Candidates should have to collect 10 times more signatures than Republicans and Democrats.
Smedley October 29, 2012 at 02:27 AM
That argument is as old as the hills. Why not start at the top. Now (as anytime) is a good time for third parties! Lets hear it for Jill Stein, Rocky Anderson, Gary Johnson, and Virgil Goode.


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