The Washington Times has a wide-ranging interview with Libertarian Presidential Nominee Gary Johnson in which the former governor of New Mexico makes his pitch to libertarian voters and independents dissatisfied with both major political parties.
"A lot more people say they are libertarian than vote Libertarian," he said, "so what I’m trying to tap into is: Vote Libertarian just this one time and really give me a chance to really make a difference."
And he's still advocating for the legalization of marijuana.
“I’m saying to Obama, ‘Look, man, you smoked it. You smoked it and you didn’t go to jail.’ That’s not fair,” he told The Times.
Johnson: Standing up for the common man.