So far this year, there are few indications that the minor-party candidates will be factors anywhere near the level they were of 2016.
Gary Johnson's third-party Senate campaign in New Mexico is worth watching.
Maggie Haberman and Alexander Burns write in the New York Times: Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, drew a parallel on Wednesday between the Syrian government’s targeting of noncombatants in ...
Gary Johnson’s candidacy went from comical to pitiable after he couldn't name the leader of North Korea.
Despite all the hype, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson has earned less than 10 percent of the electorate’s support.
Gary Johnson fans will hate me saying this, but the fact that he’s being excluded from the presidential debates is not a great outrage or injustice.
Gary Johnson’s flawed campaign isn’t a viable alternative for conservatives.
Everyone is buzzing about this exchange on Morning Joe, featuring Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson.
Given that the two major-party nominees for president in 2016 are so detested, it makes sense to include Gary Johnson in the presidential debates.
It’s a shame the Libertarian Party couldn’t nominate, you know, actual libertarians this year.