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Libertarian Convention Presidential Debate - C-SPAN - Gary Johnson Wins Nomination (Video) & UPDATED

Due to all the other interesting things going on over the weekend, some may have missed the other convention news from Nevada:

Where Gary Johnson was nominated for president:
http://www.lp.org/news/press-releases/libertarian-party-nomi...

Where Judge Jim Gray was nominated for vice-president:
http://www.lp.org/news/press-releases/libertarian-party-nomi...

and

Where None of the Above won on the first of six rounds of voting for chair of the LP:
http://www.lp.org/blogs/staff/geoff-neale-elected-chairman-o...

Posted previously:

EDIT: Gary Johnson just nominated.

Last night, C-SPAN covered the Libertarian National Convention debate between Lee Wrights and Gary Johnson in Las Vegas, NV.

http://www.c-span.org/Events/Libertarian-Party-to-Choose-Pre... link to debate is on the right; looks like they'll be covering the balloting later today.

Alternative link to part 1 at MoxNews:
http://youtu.be/56FdLPzuW9c

Be sure to tune in to C-SPAN to see the nominating process. The LP uses Robert's Rules of order, but you'll be able to see a national nominating convention in action.

Be nice! These are friends of mine (and I should have been there).



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