Mike Stauffer for Sheriff is to Joe Arpaio what Gary Johnson is to Mitt Romney … a serious threat to the GOP.Monday, September 17th, 2012
You heard it from me first….Mike Stauffer for Sheriff is to Joe Arpaio what Gary Johnson is to Mitt Romney — the Achilles heel. And while there are not enough Libertarians that will choose a President in 2012, there are, however, enough Independent voters and moderate Republicans in Maricopa County to oust Arpaio.
Stauffer has found a way to reach out to independents and libertarian-leaning Republicans who care more about fiscal accountability. Stauffer’s message?
The Sheriff’s office should not be partisan.
Here is how Mike Stauffer can oust the corrupt Arpaio:
Like Romney, Arpaio has tried to get Mike Stauffer off the ballots to no avail. Have you noticed why Arpaio only talks about his weakest opponent via Paul Penzone the alleged wife beater?
Look how the Romney campaign and the GOP has tried to thwart Gary Johnson to no avail. The GOP is desperate because they know Gary Johnson is pro immigrant and a serious threat to Mitt’s campaign.
Libertarian Party Presidential nominee and former two-term New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson.Credits:Gary Johnson 2012………………….
Victory in Pennsylvania
In an announcement sent out by the Johnson campaign’s Ryan Shattuck Friday evening, he quotes news articles detailing the Libertarians’ victory in the Keystone State. ‘Commonwealth Court judges sided with Johnson by a margin of 2-1 on Thursday,’ the statement read. It goes on to explain how establishment candidates like Democrats and Republicans must submit only 2,000 petition signatures to appear on the ballot.
At the same time, independent and opposition party candidates like Gary Johnson must submit 20,601 valid signatures. Showing just how much grassroots support there is in Pennsylvania for Johnson’s Presidential run, the campaign ended up submitting 49,000 ballot access signatures – two and a half times the number required and almost 25-times the number Republicans and Democrats each collected.
There’s no doubt that the Gary Johnson for President campaign is notching one victory after another this election season. The question remains however, is it enough to launch the Libertarian Presidential nominee into a voter-recognized three-man race for President? In reality, it won’t do the former two-term New Mexico Governor any good to be on the ballot nationwide if voters still don’t know who he is by election day.