William Weld

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William Floyd Weld
68th Governor
of Massachusetts
January 3, 1991—July 29, 1997
Predecessor: Michael Dukakis
Successor: Paul Cellucci
Personal Details
Birth: (1945-07-31) July 31, 1945 (age 73)
Smithtown, New York
Education: Harvard University (JD)
University College, Oxford
Occupation: Attorney, Businessman
Residence: New York City, New York
Party: Republican (Before 2016; 2019-present)[1]
Libertarian (2016-2019)

William Floyd "Bill" Weld (born July 31, 1945) is an attorney, businessman, and politician living in New York City. He is the 68th Governor of Massachusetts, serving from 1991-1997. In 2016, Weld became Gary Johnson's running mate as the Libertarian Party Nominee for Vice President of the United States.

2016 Vice Presidential Campaign

2016 Libertarian National Convention


  • Gary Johnson, 29th Governor of New Mexico, 2012 Libertarian Presidential Nominee
  • Jim Gray, Presiding Judge of the Superior Court of Orange County, California, 2012 Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee
  • Marc Allan Feldman, 2016 Candidate for President of the United States
  • Alicia Dearn, 2016 Candidate for Vice President of the United States



2016 United States Presidential Election [3]
Party Candidate/Running Mate Electoral Votes Percent Votes
Republican Donald Trump/Mike Pence 304 46.2% 62,979,984
Democratic Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine 227 48.3% 65,844,969
Libertarian Gary Johnson/Bill Weld 0 3.3% 4,492,919
Green Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka 0 1.1% 1,449,370
Others (Various) 7 1.2% 1,684,908


  1. https://www.voanews.com/a/ex-gov-weld-back-in-the-gop-as-he-mulls-trump-challenge/4773539.html
  2. http://www.lncregion1.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/2016-Convention-Minutes-v2.pdf
  3. https://ballotpedia.org/Presidential_election,_2016