This could be end of the political road for Gary Johnson.
In an exclusive interview with Capitol Report New Mexico on Friday morning, the Libertarian Party candidate for president said, "If there's no path to winning I'm really not" interested in pursuing another run for the presidency. "I'm not interested in duplicating what I've just done," Johnson said via telephone from his home in Taos.
On Election Night, Johnson became the first Libertarian Party presidential candidate to receive more than 1 million votes in a presidential election — something that the national Libertarian Party leadership said it was "thrilled about" — but the former two-term governor of New Mexico said, "I was kind of disappointed" in the showing.
"I thought the numbers would have been higher," Johnson said.