We are pleased to announce the results of the election for the 2012 Presidential and Vice-Presidential Libertarian Party Candidates as nominated on May 5, 2012 at the LP National Convention held at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, NV.
The delegation of the Libertarian Party nominated former termed-out Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson as the LP’s Presidential Candidate. Candidate Johnson received an outstanding seventy percent (70%) of the delegations vote.
In Gary’s acceptance speech, he concluded urging the delegation to consider Judge James P. Gray (CA) as his running mate, referencing his outspoken commitment to abolishing the war on drugs and his articulation of Libertarian ideals and beliefs. He further expanded by stating that by nominating Judge Gray, it “affords us the best opportunity to win!”
After the final campaign speeches from the VP candidates the Libertarian Party nominated their Vice-Presidential Candidate by delegate vote. The floor nominated Judge James P. Gray of California for Vice President of the United States with a solid fifty-nine percent (59%) of the delegation body.