(SANTA FE, N.M.) — Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson made little headway as a Republican candidate for president, so now he’ll run as a Libertarian.
The two-party system, he says, is rigged for the wealthiest and best-known candidates in a handful of states.
If elected, Johnson vows to cut spending, support abortion rights, and legalize marijuana.
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Jeremy Diamond, Jake Tapper, Phil Mattingly and Stephen Collinson, CNN Newswire