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“If Bernie Sanders had a Libertarian running against him,” Johnson told The Daily Beast, “he would still win.”
Johnson said he doesn’t need to worry about people who support him—like presidential nominee Jill Stein and her running mate, Ajamu Baraka—because they’re just “out-of-power” Democrats.
And if he isn’t worried about the same dynamic coming into play with the Democrats, he’s sure it’s not coming into play with Republicans.
“Since Barry Goldwater ran I’ve run as a Libertarian and I’ve never been popular,” he said. “So, I don’t see how I can be popular.”
Johnson’s name is arguably more recognizable than that of his party’s nominee this year: former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson, who has appeared in The Daily Beast before, ran for president in 2012 and has spoken about this year’s race before.
His campaign told The Daily Beast that Johnson has been the party’s nominee in a vice presidential sweepstakes four times before. But those high-profile, heavily-marketed campaigns never rose above a 1 percent showing in most of the polls.
But Johnson, who was on stage at The American Dream Summit, said his voice has grown louder and more media-savvy since then. (Earlier in the day, he had spoken to reporters for The Daily Beast.)
“I have the most name ID out of all the candidates,” he said. “I have just gotten smarter about how to get attention.”
He said that his best-known ad in 2012 was the one that simply plays the song “I’ll Be” by The Pretenders while the narrator says he’s “just not a Republican or a Democrat.” 0b46394aab