Libertarians presidential candidate Two-Term Governor Gary Johnson and vice presidential candidate Judge James (Jim) Gray will now appear on the November general election ballot in 34 states, as Maine, New Jersey, and Wisconsin were added to the list.
Petitions were submitted in 10 states over the last 2 weeks, including New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, and the District of Columbia. Petitions are due in Tennessee next Thursday, and in Iowa on Friday.
The Johnson/Gray ticket will be on the ballot in all – or nearly all – 50 states plus Washington D.C.
Be sure to check the 2012 LP.org ballot access page regularly for updates. Full ballot access details will be available in the upcoming edition of the monthly Pledge newsletter.
Click here to check out Johnson’s campaign website.