Current libertarian presidential candidate, and former New Mexico governor, Gary Johnson is scheduled to speak at 7:00 p.m. in CU Boulder’s Mathematics building (room 100). During this campaign stop, he is expected to speak about being a third-party candidate in this election, Colorado Amendment 64, and field questions from the audience. The former Libertarian Party of Colorado state chair Travis Nicks, Uncle Nasty from 106.7 KBPI, and Eapen Thampy with Americans for Forfeiture Reform are expected to speak before Johnson tonight.
Thanks to Rocky Mountain Streams for livestream recording and access.
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Jack Dillé is a senior at CU Boulder studying Humanities with an emphasis in Tech, Arts, & Media. In between classes, building websites, and jamming to electronic music, he recently joined the CUI staff as Webmaster and is looking forward to working on all sorts of media-related projects.
Colorado raised, Stephen is originally from rural Fruita, Colo., where people say “in a world with fences and walls, who needs Gates and Windows?” At CU, he studies journalism 2.0 between his minor in Technology, Arts, and Media from the ATLAS Institute and his News-Editorial major from JMC. Before coming to the CU Independent he worked as a technology writer and digital content producer for the Umbrellagraph Press. His current goals are to implement interactive, journalistic content into the CU Independent and how to set his laser printer to stun.
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