Missouri and North Carolina Libertarian Primaries won by Uncommitted and Gary Johnson respectively

Total Popular Vote for both primaries

No Prefrence/Uncommitted 3,205

Gary Johnson 2,389

Austin Petersen 1,036

Steve Kerbel 505

John David Hale 326

Marc Allan Feldman 303

Joy Waymire 266

Cecil Ince 206

Rhett Smith 141

Darryl Perry 116

Derrick Michael Reid 71

Jack Robinson, Jr. 69

John McAfee N/A due to no ballot access so far

Missouri Libertarian presidential primary, March 15, 2016

Candidate Votes Percentage

America Symbol.svg Uncommitted 1,170 40%

Austin Petersen 851 29%

Steve Kerbel 401 14%

Marc Allan Feldman 239 8%

Cecil Ince 134 5%

Rhett Smith 99 3%

Total 2,894

North Carolina Libertarian presidential primary, March 15, 2016

Candidate Votes Percentage

America Symbol.svg Gary Johnson 2,389

No Preference 2,035

John David Hale 326

Joy Waymire 266

Austin Petersen 185

Darryl Perry 116

Steve Kerbel 104

Cecil Ince 72

Derrick Michael Reid 71

Jack Robinson, Jr. 69

Marc Allan Feldman 64

Rhett Smith 42

Total 5,739

There was a lack of candidates on the Missouri ballot, so if you supported an unlisted candidate you voted Uncommitted aka No Preference which won there. Gary Johnson won in North Carolina. John McAfee was on neither Missouri nor North Carolina ballots. John David Hale, Gary Johnson, Darryl Perry, Derrick Michael Reid, Jack Robinson Junior, and Joy Waymire were on the North Carolina ballot, but not the Missouri ballot, so their supporters voters Uncommitted aka No Preference which won in Missouri.

This is a huge win for Gary Johnson and a huge lose for Austin Petersen who lost his home state of Missouri to uncommitted and lost to Joy Waymire, John David Hale, No Preference, and Gary Johnson in North Carolina.

American Third Party Report shows the Gary Johnson campaign response to winning.

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