Gary Johnson Campaign Plans Major Radio Ad Campaign

This article says the Gary Johnson campaign is hopeful of raising enough money by July 30 to commit to a major advertising campaign on radio.


  1. God bless Gary Johnson! It is good to see a well funded third party presidential candidate waging a vigorous campaign against the two major party candidates. The American people deserve to have more than just two choices this November. While I am the first to admit that the next President of the United States is most likely to be Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, I want to hear what Stewat Alexander, Virgil Googe, Gary Johnson, and Jill Stein have to say as well.

    Gerard Davis
    A write-in candidate for the Green Party nomination for the Arizona House of Representatives from the Twenty-Fourth Legislative District

  2. Richard, do you happen to know when Nader’s 2008 radio buys started airing?

    Also, did Bob Barr have radio ads in 2008?

  3. Shweet. You go Gary!

  4. George Whitfield · · Reply

    Good news.

  5. Michael · · Reply

    I believe it’s a first for the LP.

  6. Richard Winger · · Reply

    #2, I don’t know.

  7. George Whitfield · · Reply

    I remember hearing Ed Clark for President radio ads in 1980. I recall they had a slogan at the end something like “If freedom is worth fighting for isn’t it worth voting for?”

  8. Michael · · Reply

    I know Clark had TV ads. Either way, that’s a good slogan

  9. Demo Rep · · Reply

    How many $$$ TRILLIONS will Johnson get from the Donkey hoards — to – guess what —

    1860 – 1912 – 1992 – 2000 etc.
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

  10. Give money to the green party and divide and conquer the democrats Lets have more than 2 parties

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