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Polls Show Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson Could Be the 2012 Election Spoiler

COMMENTARY | Could Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, a former New Mexico governor, play a spoiler role in the 2012 election, especially out west? Most polls aren’t even giving him the benefit of the doubt, failing to include him as an option.

English: Gary E. Johnson

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But those polls that do include Johnson find him doing surprisingly well. He could tip the balance in several western swing states like Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico. And with every state mattering, that could be the difference in a close race in 2012.

A poll by the group “We Ask America” released on June 26 in Colorado shows

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  1. September 5, 2012 at 5:56 PM

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    COMMENTARY | Could Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, a former New Mexico governor, play a spoiler role in the 2012 election, especially out west? Most polls aren’t even giving him the benefit of the doubt, failing to include him as an option.
    English: Gary E. Johnson

    English: Gary E. Johnson (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

    But those polls that do include Johnson find him doing surprisingly well. He could tip the balance in several western swing states like Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico. And with every state mattering, that could be the difference in a close race in 2012.

  1. July 24, 2012 at 1:45 PM

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