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Jo Jorgensen elected as Libertarian presidential candidate

Jo Jorgensen elected as Libertarian presidential candidate

Jo Jorgensen, an Illinois native, has been elected as the Libertarian candidate for the 2020 General Election. Jorgensen was elected with 52 percent of the vote, defeating Jacob Hornberger of Virginia and John Monds of Georgia. Born and raised in Libertyville, Illinois, Jorgensen is currently a senior lecturer in psychology at Clemson University in South Carolina.

David 4 months

Honestly she seems pretty good, good education, good work history, good ethics. If we were a rational and logical she would do well against the two clowns running against each other but we have a two party system.

IvoryDove 4 months

Libertarians have a fundamental problem. They oppose big government, so elect people into government and then immediately that person becomes a part of the problem. The Democrats have a huge advantage. They elect a person into government, and that person increases the size and strength of the government which makes their voters happy.

Just an American
Just an American 4 months


David M. Bebber
David M. Bebber 4 months

Issue summary page: Any other year this would be a no brainer for me... Do I think she would be better at economic recovery and the standoff with China? Unsure.

porcus 4 months

Definitely need more Libertarians in government office. And Illinois is a great place to start in.

Randall 4 months

At least there is someone else to vote for. I can't simply vote for the lessor of two evils. I can't in good conscience vote for evil of any amount. I vote for POLICY and not for a party OR a politician.

Fin 4 months

Wonder how many libertarians returned their stimulus checks in opposition to big government....

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 4 months

Looks like Vermin Supreme got 3rd place.

IIZard 4 months


Robert_Clearwater 4 months

Libertarian candidate from Libertyville, that is perfect!

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