The Libertarian Party of Minnesota says it will not support former Governor Jesse Ventura for president. Ventura said earlier he might run if Bernie Sanders is not the Democratic nominee, and indicated he was talking to the national Libertarian Party. State executive director Kevin Bradley says the state party is about coalition-building and working with people, while Ventura “comes across as fairly confrontational and alienating.” Libertarian Party Minnesota officials say Ventura’s “lack of coalition building” resulted in lack of political progress, and hurt the growth of alternative parties. Bradley acknowledges the national party could overrule Minnesota at its national convention in late May. Ventura wasn’t reachable for comment.