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A real choice in Gov. Gary Johnson and Gov. Bill Weld
In my Deseret News column of Sunday, May 22, I wrote: "In the election of 2016, might former Gov. Johnson be the best choice to bring prudence and reason to the presidency?" And in my Deseret News column on Sunday, June 5, I discussed what the team of Gary Johnson and Bill Weld means for the Libertarian Party ticket.
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America is and always has been a land of liberty. Do you believe that? Do you believe that you can play a role in preserving our rights, our rule of law, and nation's character of decency?
I do. I am stepping forward now to do everything I can to support the Libertarian Party ticket of Gov. Gary Johnson and Gov. Bill Weld.
I support Johnson and Weld because they will defend the liberties in the Constitution, because they put principles and reason above their own whims or personal convenience, and because they campaign with civility, decency and respect. In this presidential election, they are the adults in the room.
I've just flown back home to Utah from Orlando, Florida, where I attended the Libertarian Party National Convention over the weekend. Yesterday, the party nominated Johnson for president, and Weld for vice president. Johnson was the governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003. Weld was governor of Massachusetts from 1991 to 1997.
ORLANDO, May 29 - Gov. Gary Johnson and Gov. Bill Weld speak to the press after securing the nomination as president and vice presidential candidates for the Libertarian Party.
ORLANDO, May 29 - With the tension mounting over whether Gov. William Weld would receive the Libertarian Party Vice Presidential nomination, I reported live from the convention floor.
ORLANDO, May 29 - Fascinating drama at the Libertarian Party convention here. In this clip, vice presidential candidate Alicia Dearn invited Vice Presidential candidate William Weld to the state to re-iterate his lifetime commitment to the Libertarian Party.
ORLANDO, May 29 - In his speech to Libertarian Party delegates, former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld makes his plea to accept him as the party's nominee for vice president. Also see the endorsement speeches prior to his remarks, also below:
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