Google Hangout Tuesday, August 27, 2013 with Gov. Gary Johnson

Gov. Gary Johnson will host an online Google Hangout on Tuesday, August 27, 2013, at 7 p.m. PDT/ 10 p.m. EDT,

The 60-minute online event will give participants a chance to ask the former New Mexico Governor and Honorary Chairman of the Our America Initiative questions via a video chat on Google Plus.


Gary Johnson looks forward to hearing from you!

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How to watch Google Hangout!

If you are unable to join the hangout via webcam, you can either watch it live on Google Plus or YouTube.

If you can't join us live, you can  watch the Hangout later on YouTube.

How to participate in the Google Hangout!

To participate, you will need a web camera with a microphone, and we recommend you use Google Chrome as your web browser to minimize any technical issues.

If you have a Google Plus account, make sure to add Gov. Gary Johnson to your circle or click here to email us with your email address so that we can add you on our end ahead of time.    

So how do you join?

A few minutes before the Hangout goes live, we will paste the private hangout link on our social media pages: Google+ Event page, Facebook etc.

Next, the first nine people to click on the Hangout link and join the event will be first in line to ask questions. If you are one of those first nine, you should you see your picture at the bottom of the screen.

If you are in line to ask a question, please be sure to mute your mic until Gov. Gary Johnson says your name -- to avoid background noise.

Finally, after you have asked your question, please leave the live Hangout and continue to watch on YouTube or Google+ so others can get a turn to ask questions.

For those who are waiting to ask a question, we recommend you have two screens open: one to watch the town hall and one to click on the link to join the online Google Hangout. If you are unable to join at first, keep trying.

Please note that, once you see your video pop up along the bottom of the Hangout screen, close your other screen to avoid audio feedback,  -- and wait for your turn.


About Governor Gary Johnson: A two-term governor of New Mexico from 1995-2003, Gary Johnson has been a consistent advocate for limited, efficient government and personal liberty. As the Libertarian candidate for President in 2012, he received more votes than any Libertarian candidate in history. An outspoken pro-Constitution libertarian, Johnson opposes American involvement in foreign conflicts with no clear U.S. interest. He opposes the failed multi-billion dollar war on drugs and demands greater transparency at the Federal Reserve. Johnson advocates cutting federal spending dramatically to achieve a balanced budget and make government live within its means without raising taxes. He believes real job creation and economic opportunity can be best achieved through smaller government and less regulation. The National Review rated Johnson as "#1" in job creation as governor. An avid skier and bicyclist, he has reached the highest peaks on five of the seven continents, including Mount Everest and, recently, Aconcagua in Argentina.