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Gary Johnson Currently Has 4.5 Percent of the Popular Vote!

Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson is pulling in 4.5 percent of the popular vote right now. That’s real numbers, not polling.

The numbers come from two small New Hampshire villages, Dixville Notch and Hart’s Location, who voted at midnight this morning.


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They reported on all news stations that Dixville Notch voted

5 for Obummer and 5 for Willard The Pig. They never mentioned Gary Johnson.
I bet they won't report any of his votes on the TV! They will probably say people just didn't check a vote in the president slot.


AP has the story reporting votes for GJ.

"In Hart's Location, Obama had won with 23 votes, Romney received 9 and Libertarian Gary Johnson received 2 votes. Thirty-three votes were cast in 5 minutes, 42 seconds."


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Romney team scared?

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Gary Johnson isn't even going to pull 1% nationally when all the votes are counted. If only Gary could have gone viral.


Welcome to my live blog of Gary Johnson's 2012 Election Night party. Johnson, the likely third place finisher, is aiming to obtain 5% of the vote but after talking to some of his staffers earlier today it appears they are now aiming for just above the Libertarian high-water mark of 1.06% of the vote, set by Ed Clark in 1980.

7:01pm - Johnson just topped .7% of the popular vote.

7:30pm - Johnson struggling again around .5-.6%

9:00pm - Johnson now hovering up around .9%, just short of that elusive 1%

9:23pm - Johnson now making the rounds in the hall.

9:46pm - Judge Jim Gray now taking the podium

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