John Monds

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John Monds
Personal Details
Education: Morehouse College
Residence: Cairo, Georgia
Party: Libertarian Party
Media
Website: http://www.VoteMonds.com

John Monds is a Libertarian from Georgia.

2008 Campaign for Georgia Public Service Commission, District 1

In 2008, Monds ran for Georgia Public Service Commission, District 1 as the Libertarian nominee. Monds became the first Libertarian to receive over 1 million votes.[1]

2008 Georgia Public Service Commission, District 1[2]
Party Name Percent Votes
Republican Doug Everett (Incumbent) 66.6% 2,147,012
Libertarian John Monds 33.4% 1,076,726

2010 Campaign for Governor of Georgia

On April 24 2010, Monds ran for governor of Georgia as the Libertarian Party of Georgia's nominee.

2010 Georgia Gubernatorial Election[3]
Party Name Percent Votes
Republican Nathan Deal 53% 1,365,832
Democratic Roy E. Barnes 43% 1,107,011
Libertarian John Monds 4% 103,194
Other Write-ins 0% 124

2014 Campaign for Georgia Public Service Commission, District 1

In 2014 Monds ran for Georgia Public Service Commission District 1 as the Libertarian nominee.

2008 Georgia Public Service Commission, District 1[4]
Party Name Percent Votes
Republican Doug Everett (Incumbent) 68.3% 1,532,652
Libertarian John Monds 31.7% 710,408

2020 Campaign for President of the United States

On February 4 2020, Monds declared his candidacy for President of the United States, seeking the Libertarian nomination.[5]


Preceded by:
Garrett Hayes
Libertarian Party of Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate
2010
Succeeded by:
 



External links

  • https://www.gpbnews.org/post/former-georgia-gubernatorial-candidate-announces-presidential-campaign
  • https://ballotpedia.org/John_Monds
  • https://ballotpedia.org/Georgia_gubernatorial_election,_2010
  • https://ballotpedia.org/John_Monds
  • https://www.gpbnews.org/post/former-georgia-gubernatorial-candidate-announces-presidential-campaign