Gary Johnson Continues Road Tour in NYC

In Deficit, Drug reform, Economy, Gary Johnson, Health care, Our America, Press Release, Taxes, Tea Party on April 17, 2010 by Josiah Schmidt

Press release from Gary Johnson’s Our America Initiative this week:

April 15, 2010, Santa Fe, NM — Gary Johnson, former Governor of New Mexico and Honorary Chairman of the OUR America Initiative, today announced his upcoming visit to New York City, as part of his road tour of America. Governor Johnson will speak at several political events and fundraisers in New York, from April 26th – 29th, to be followed by speaking engagements in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia.  Governor Johnson will continue to focus on lowering taxes, reducing deficits, the  impact of health care reform, and arguments for the legalization of marijuana.

Recently, Governor Johnson has been a featured speaker at several high profile Tea Party events in Fresno, Tempe and South Carolina, each with audiences of several thousand people. Additionally, he has conducted productive visits to New Hampshire, Washington, DC, Michigan, Orange County and Missouri, in the past several months. 

Governor Johnson has garnered significant national press and media attention since the launch of OUR America in early December, “I’m looking forward to continuing the message of lower taxes common sense government and reductions in deficit spending,” stated Johnson. “The message of OUR America is clearly resonating with the public; I’m extremely encouraged as I encounter people from around the country – from every walk of life – who are eager for a return to common-sense policy and governing.” 

Governor Johnson will be available for media interviews throughout his New York trip.
Please contact Sue Winchester at or 801.303.7924 to schedule an interview.


One Response to “Gary Johnson Continues Road Tour in NYC”

  1. Josiah — I’m brand new to this blog but very excited to have discovered the nascent potential candidacy of Gov Johnson. Just one thought about it for you — the blog could use a few pictures for visual appeal. I’m very motivated to read more about Gov Johnson, but when I see this rather homely, all-text blog (sorry) it’s like cold water on my enthusiasm.

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