By David Hylton
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson will once again represent the Libertarian Party in November's presidential election.
"I am fiscally conservative in spades and I am socially liberal in spades," Johnson said on Sunday. "I would cut back on military interventions that have the unintended consequence of making us less safe in the world."
Johnson was also the party's pick in the 2012 election and got just less than 1 percent of the votes.
Former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld will be Johnson's vice presidential running mate.
Both Johnson and Weld were represented the Republican party when they were governors.