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GOP Candidate Drops Out Of Race – Seeks Reform Party Nod

Former LA Governor Buddy Roemer

One of the GOP candidates still seeking the party’s Presidential nomination has dropped out of the race to seek an alternative party bid.  As we already know, former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson dropped out of the GOP race to seek the Libertarian Party nomination.  Now another former GOP candidate is following Johnson’s lead.

No, it’s not Ron Paul – who has been repeatedly asked about his Third-Party options.  This one is also a former governor.  It is former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer.

Charles Elson ”Buddy” Roemer III will be seeking the Reform Party nomination.  Roemer was was a US Representative from 1981-1988, and was the governor of Louisiana from  1988-1992.

Roemer is no stranger to switching parties – as he changed from Democrat to Republican in March of 1991 while serving as Governor.

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  1. John Balzer says:

    The Reform party is a bit of a late arrival this year and as a result will only be on the ballot in a handful of states. The front-running third party Libertarians will be on the ballot in all 50 states and able to compete head to head with the Dems and Republicans. Given Gary Johnson’s popularity, the Libertarians are poised to make a big splash in this election cycle.