Failed Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson will rally outside the Supreme Court next week as part of an effort to gain attention for his legal battle to earn access to the presidential debate stage.

Johnson sued the Commission on Presidential Debates because of his exclusion from the presidential debate stage in 2012 and lost at the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in August of this year.

After losing at the federal appeals court, Johnson is headed to the Supreme Court to "#DropTheHammer on the two party system" and gather support for his legal fight. Johnson is using his "Our America Initiative," a 501(c)(4) political advocacy committee, to fundraise for his legal battle amid his planned rally outside the high court.

"It's been a tough fight, costing hundreds of thousands of dollars for appeals, hearings, and filings," Johnson wrote in a fundraising pitch ahead of his rally at the Supreme Court. "But today, we are knocking on the door of the Supreme Court of the United States. Our outstanding legal team is prepared for SCOTUS."

Johnson's rally will take place on Oct. 26.