Presidential candidates often welcome the label of underdog, but 2016 could be the year a third-party contender polls high enough to be included in the general election debates. The Libertarian Party’s Gary Johnson is not far from that goal.In a hypothetical match up between Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate would walk away with 11 percent, according to a Monmouth University poll. If these numbers improve by 4 more percentage points and hold consistently, Johnson could become the first third party candidate to appear in a presidential debate. It’s been nearly a quarter-century since Ross Perot’s 1992 independent presidential campaign, the last time a general election debate featured three candidates. For those who don't know Gary Johnson he's more popular then people seem to think. Getting a third party candidate on the election debate stage, should have Rhino's And Donkeys fearing for their possible demise by a Libertarian candidate. This just goes to show how fed up people in America are sick of both Republicans and Democrats alike. By him being this popular likely the Democrat and Republican candidates might just start to lie their mouths off, because 2016 has a Libertarian storm that's quickly approaching.
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