Gary Johnson could receive 64 percent of general election vote, says Gary Johnson

Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson discussed his presidential run as a Libertarian Party candidate Wednesday, saying that he could receive as much as 64 percent of the national popular vote.

Johnson, who ended his Republican presidential candidacy Wednesday, told The Daily Caller that “the notion here is to win, and people are going to say, ‘that just sounds crazy,’ but the notion here is to win and it is with a message that resonates.”

“I think the strategy from this point on is to really focus on where to go and visit and speak with the most people,” he said. “What I learned in New Hampshire is that you can knock on 100 doors, but if the media isn’t reporting that you’re knocking on 100 doors, instead of reaching potentially tens of thousand of people or a million people, you’re reaching 100 people.”



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