1. Voting for Gary Johnson creates a political upset which can lead to resultant increased influence from third parties such as the Libertarians and a wider reform of affecting policy.
  2. He is socially progressive which is not always is agreed with, but is always eventually beneficial to all.
  3. He pushes for major reform in education (August 2012), and unless you haven't ever had or seen a negative education experience, it is a wide reaching and hugely relevant issue
  4. His fairly moderate Libertarian views would manifest themselves in a presidency in a way similar to how Reagan's did, and his presidency is generally concluded to have run smoothly.
  5. He has a strict and outspoken opinions on ending the war on drugs which would prove to have drastic imprisonment reform and racial discrimination reform.