Gary Earl Johnson

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Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson campaign portrait.jpg
29th Governor of New Mexico
State of New Mexico
January 1, 1995—January 1, 2003
Predecessor: Bruce King
Successor: Bill Richardson
Personal Details
Birth: (1953-01-01) January 1, 1953 (age 65)
Minot, North Dakota, USA
Education: 1995 - B.S., Political Science, University of New Mexico
Occupation: Businessman, Author
Residence: Taos, New Mexico
Party: Libertarian Party (2011-Present), Republican (before 2011)
Website: Website

Gary Earl Johnson (born 1 January 1953) is a former Republican governor of New Mexico and the Libertarian Party's 2012 and 2016 candidate for President of the United States. Johnson founded one of New Mexico's largest construction companies.

Election Results

Election results as a Libertarian candidate
Year Office Vote total %
2012 President of the United States 1,275,821 0.99%
2016 President of the United States 4,489,233 3.3%

Election Year Fundraising

2012 2016
January 65,592.04 93,096.18
February 41,879.60 56,265.15
March 62,228.71 129,595.56
April 59,447.89 69,713.47
May 218,634.66 350,561.42
June 124,104.64 664,418.66
July 341,636.10 1,602,810.43
August 356,406.33 4,971,147.55
September 274,785.96 2,635,786.95
Oct 1 - Oct 18 203,809.90 694,279.34
Oct 19 - Nov 27 257,403.17 402,586.00
Nov 26 - Dec 31 212,537.15 47,612.25
Total 2,218,466.15 11,717,872.96

2016 Polling

See: Libertarian Presidential Candidate Polling

2016 Endorsements


Business People

Steve Kerbel, businessman and activist from Colorado. 2016 Candidate for President of the United States.[1]


Chicago Tribune
The Detroit News
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Post and Courier
Winston-Salem Journal
New Hampshire Union Leader
Danville Register & Bee
The Caledonian Record
Daily Sun News


Marijuana Policy Project
Federation of New Mexico College Republicans
Cornell University Republicans
Independence Party of New York
Swarthmore Conservative Society

2012 Polling

See: Libertarian Presidential Candidate Polling

2012 Endorsements


Chattanooga Times Free Press
Saint Joseph Telegraph



Preceded by:
Bob Barr
Libertarian Party Presidential candidate
2012 and 2016
Succeeded by:

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