Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson talks to the media after receiving the nomination during the National Convention held at the Rosen Center in Orlando, Fl., May 29, 2016. (Photo by Kevin Kolczynski/Reuters)

2016 finally had a contested convention

ORLANDO, Florida – The Libertarian Party nominated former Gov. Gary Johnson and former Gov. William Weld to run for president on Sunday, as the party attempts to elevate themselves into the mainstream during a presidential election that’s given the small party unprecedented opportunity. The pair – both two-term governors -- have more executive...