Gary Johnson is an entrepreneur, served two terms as Governor of New Mexico, and in 2016, as the Libertarian nominee for President of the United States, garnered more votes than any third party or independent candidate in twenty years.
In addition to his success in business and public policy, Governor Johnson has reached the summit of the highest peak on each of the seven continents, including Mt. Everest, competed in numerous Iron Man Triathlons, and tackled some of the most grueling cycling challenges in the world.
Governor Johnson currently serves as the Honorary Chair of the Our America Initiative, out of a deep desire to insure that future generations of Americans have the same opportunities for personal and financial freedom that he has enjoyed.
William “Bill” Weld was elected Governor of Massachusetts in 1990 with 51 percent of the vote and re-elected in 1994 with 71 percent of the vote. He attributes his landslide victory to serving all the people, and not just voters from his political party.
Despite the state legislature being controlled by a Democratic majority, Bill cut taxes 21 times and did not permit any tax increases. He is a strong advocate of social tolerance, including civil rights for gays and lesbians. In 1992, Bill was rated the most fiscally conservative governor in the United States by the Wall Street Journal.
In 2016, he was the Libertarian nominee for Vice-President of the United States.
Jim Gray is an American judge, writer, and former vice presidential candidate. He was the presiding judge of the Superior Court of Orange County, California. He was the running mate of Gary Johnson in the 2012 presidential contest, as well as the Libertarian Party’s 2004 candidate for the United States Senate in California. The author of multiple books and a play, he is a critic of current American drug laws.