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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Gary Johnson Campaign Endorses Second Set of Libertarian Candidates
7 June 2012 – Salt Lake City – Gary Johnson 2012 Campaign Headquarters
Governor Johnson is pleased to announce, on behalf of himself, Judge Gray and the Johnson/Gray2012 Campaign, his endorsement of the following candidates:
A Delaware native, Andrew Groff graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Economics and Engineering and a minor in Political Science. He is an independent business owner, with a lifetime of experience in international trade. The Green Party of Delaware nominated him for US Senate, and he has been endorsed by the Libertarian Party of Delaware.
Governor Johnson states, “Andrew Groff will be the strong, unyielding voice we need in the United States Senate to end the abuses of freedom and liberty we see today. He takes an uncompromising stand against handouts to big business, federal interference in education, and fights hard for fiscally conservative, socially tolerant government. We need more people like Andrew Groff.”
Andrew R. Goff, “I endorse Governor Gary Johnson and Judge Jim Gray as the presidential ticket that will give Americans a chance to vote for the promise of real change from the closed, broken two-party system. They will end America's wars, repeal the Patriot Act, stop the mindless Federal "war on drugs," and give us true marriage equality as a Civil Right. Electing Libertarian candidates is the only way to end the death grip of the special interests that currently control American politics."Andrew Groff's unique dual endorsement by the Greens and Libertarians is only one facet of the potential strength of his campaign.
He has also sorta, kinda been endorsed by Jason Scott and Delaware Dem at DelawareLiberal, and in DL's latest poll (admittedly unscientific) Groff is running second to incumbent Tom Carper (D-multi-nationals), and ahead of Independent Alex Pires and whoever the anonymous Republican is in the race.