The longtime activist is the front-runner for the L.P. presidential nomination and has a special message to young people.
The Libertarian presidential hopeful makes his case for your vote.
The president goes personal in his reply to a libertarian Republican congressman accusing him of obstruction of justice.
The interaction began when he was stopped by the side of the road trying to power-wash stenciled messages on a dirty concrete barrier.
Now the Party needs to register over 5,000 voters to get on the ballot in 2020, even though it already had that many before the state arbitrarily changed their registration.
Libertarian Bethany Baldes Gets Within 60 Votes of Victory in Wyoming State House Race Against Incumbent GOP Majority Leader
Digging in on one winnable small-total race comes very close to paying off for Libertarian strategist Apollo Pazell.
Two new surveys this week show the Libertarian fading fast in New Mexico, though his overall polling average remains at 17%.
New ideas, like leasing naming rights for public bridges and buildings, would save taxpayers money.
The former New Mexico governor got nearly 10 percent of the presidential vote there as a Libertarian in 2016 and has recently said Libertarians need "a success story."
The LP candidate for the governor of New York wants to cut spending, legalize everything, and give people hope.
Libertarian Party Vice Chair Jokes About Shooting Up a School Board; Party's National Committee Declines to Suspend Him
Party officials split on how to deal with a member's radical rhetoric.
Democrat Conor Lamb declared victory this morning, but he leads Republican Rick Saccone by just 500 votes. Libertarian Drew Miller got more than 1,300.
Michael Munger on the radicalism of public-choice economics, the failure of Democracy in Chains, and how the libertarian movement needs to evolve.
Exclusive: Libertarian Activist Austin Petersen Is Running for U.S. Senate…as a Republican! [Reason Podcast]
Second-place finisher in 2016 LP presidential primary aims to take on Democrat Claire McCaskill in home state of Missouri.
Ohio to Libertarian Party: You Can't Qualify for the Ballot By Winning Votes Since We Won't Let You on the Ballot
One dissenting justice on Ohio Supreme Court says that the group of people who got Johnson on the ballot deserve ballot status even if their candidate appeared as an "independent."
Federal judge: The FEC isn't considering the L.P.'s arguments that the Commission is unfairly partisan and using illegitimate criteria to exclude third parties.
District Judge Beryl Howell thinks the L.P.'s claim that the restrictions are "content based" and possibly illegitimate at least deserve day in court.
Even though the state generally doesn't count write-in votes; but any tool to hobble the Libertarians might be good enough.
Former Free State Project chair Aaron Day is sure his over 17,000 votes as independent cost Kelly Ayotte her around 1,000 vote loss.
Libertarian Party also earns a record number of votes for U.S. House elections, in addition to its historic presidential results.
Sarwark sat down with Reason's Matt Welch to discuss the post-election fallout and the future of the LP.
Lily Tang Williams, for Senator from Colorado; Thomas Simmons, for House of Representatives from Massachusetts; Mark Miller, for Texas Railroad Commission
Did Libertarian Gary Johnson Totally Blow it in 2016? Or Will He Quintuple His Party's Best-Ever Finish?
And will he drag the LP across the 5 percent threshold on Election Day? Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and David Weigel talk it out.
Also discusses where Rand Paul went wrong on "Part of the Problem" podcast with Dave Smith. Listen now!
The new documentary Rigged 2016 takes a tough look at the way two-party politics hurts millennials, the working poor, and minorities.
Nicholas Sarwark lays out Libertarian Party strategy through end of election and post-November 8.
Podcast featuring Nick Gillespie and Katherine Mangu-Ward, with Bloomberg View's Eli Lake talking all that plus foreign policy.
Rigged is a powerful documentary about how followers of Gary Johnson, Bernie Sanders, and others have been screwed by the Dems and Reps.
Libertarian candidate wants Congress to declare wars, interventions to have clearly defined goals, and an end to "War on Terror" victory fantasies.
Darryl Perry, who pulled 6 percent in the L.P. nomination race, announces he's an official write-in candidate in many states for Libertarians bothered by Gary Johnson's departures from orthodoxy
Compare his answers with Clinton, Trump, and Stein over at ScienceDebate.org
The former New Mexico governor won't win in November but he does represent the future of policy.
Matt Kibbe of Johnson-Supporting AlternativePAC Talks About Gawker Report on $30,000 Spent on "Internet Memes"
Short internet videos make more sense to reaching a relevant audience than traditional TV ad buys, he says.
Antivirus software pioneer accuses the former GOP governor of compromising Libertarian principle, especially on guns.
Gary Johnson "$15 for 15" (Percent in the Polls) on August 15 Fundraising Promotion Breaks $1.5 Million
It's a record one-day small-donation take for the Libertarian Party.
So how did Gary Johnson and William Weld do?
A commercial that is eloquent in its plain-speaking appeal.
Filmmakers producing a real-time documentary on Libertarian Party nominee's race for White House.
Gary Johnson took online audience questions on issues such as abortion, military interventions, Edward Snowden, gun rights, the drug war, immigration, and more.