Was 2012 the Best Year Ever for our Libertarian Party Candidates?
The numbers say “Yes!” What do you say?
1,272,105 Votes for Gov. Gary Johnson.
2012 Libertarian Presidential Candidate Sets a New LP Record for Highest-Ever Vote
- Gary Johnson Shattered Ed Clark’s 1980 Vote Record of 921,128 Votes for President of the United States.
- 2012 Libertarian Presidential Ticket of Gov. Gary Johnson and Judge Jim Gray More Than DOUBLED the 2008 Vote Total of Bob Barr and Wayne Root.
- They More Than TRIPLED the 2004 Libertarian Presidential Vote Total of Michael Badnarik and Richard Campagna.
Item: Republicans Blame Libertarian U.S. Senate Candidates Andrew Horning and Dan Cox for Republican U.S. Senate Losses in Indiana and Montana. Each Libertarian Candidate received more votes than the Republican candidates lost by.
Item: Republicans Blame Libertarian U.S. Congressional Candidate Dan Fishman for Republican Loss in Massachusetts.
Item: 2012 Libertarian Votes Give LP Ballot Access in 30 States + the District of Columbia. Saves LP over $400,000 in 2016 Petitioning Costs.