Major newspapers that have endorsed Gary Johnson for President

Chicago Tribune

»Posted on Sep 30, 2016 in Johnson | Comments Off on Chicago Tribune

With that demand for a principled president paramount, we turn to the candidate we can recommend. One party has two moderate Republicans — veteran governors who successfully led Democratic states — atop its ticket. Libertarians Gary Johnson of New Mexico and running mate William Weld of Massachusetts are agile, practical and, unlike the major-party candidates, experienced at managing governments. They offer an agenda that appeals not only to the Tribune's principles but to those of the many Americans who say they are socially tolerant but fiscally responsible.

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The Detroit News

»Posted on Sep 29, 2016 in Johnson | Comments Off on The Detroit News

Romney's goal is to help all Americans live independent and productive lives, free to rise to the extent of their personal capabilities. He would not shield them from risk or the consequences of their decisions, but neither would he deny them their earned rewards. Our hope is that Mitt Romney would restore faith in the core principles of free men and women, free minds and free markets that made America great, and will keep it so. Since its founding in 1873, The Detroit News has backed a Republican every time it has made a presidential endorsement (three times we have sat on the sidelines — twice during the Franklin Roosevelt elections and in the 2004 Bush/Kerry contest). We abandon that long and estimable tradition this year for one reason: Donald J. Trump.

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New Hampshire Union Leader

»Posted on Sep 14, 2016 in Johnson | Comments Off on New Hampshire Union Leader

Libertarians Gary Johnson and Bill Weld are on the ballot in all 50 states. Their records (as Republican governors in politically-divided states) speak well of them.

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Winston-Salem Journal

»Posted on Sep 10, 2016 in Johnson | Comments Off on Winston-Salem Journal

We join many Americans in being sick of the status quo in American politics, particularly presidential politics, that has far drifted from the bedrock ideals of our fabulous Founders. On this day, by endorsing Gary Johnson, we issue a challenge to change that status quo.

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Richmond Times-Dispatch

»Posted on Aug 28, 2016 in Johnson | Comments Off on Richmond Times-Dispatch

These are unsettling times. Americans across the political spectrum worry that our once-great institutions no longer work in the interests of the people — and sometimes don’t work at all. Why not take this chance to reject the binary choice between Clinton and Trump that was created by our two-party system?

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