The Libertarian Party uses a delegation process at its national convention to choose its presidential and vice-presidential candidates.
According to the bylaws of the Libertarian Party, each state selects delegates to attend the national convention.
These delegates each have a token to vote for their choice for the parties nominee for president. If no candidate receives 50% of the delegates tokens, the lowest candidate is eliminated, and the voting starts over.
With the apparent victory of Joe Biden in the 2020 election, President Donald Trump could seek the Republican Nomination again in 2024.
Another potential option would be to seek the Libertarian Nomination as posited by Brad Barron, the Kentucky Senate Candidate that challenged Mitch McConnell and Amy McGrath in 2020, garnering ~4% of the vote in that high profile race on Facebook tonight.
LibertarianCandidates.news reached out to the Vermin Supreme team for comment; it appears that Vermin is lost somewhere in the time-stream.
They currently have no idea when in the world Vermin Supreme is and he is not available for comment if he would accept such a nomination.