Tuesday, August 11, 2020
On August 11, the Alaska Elections Division determined that the Constitution Party’s presidential petition has enough valid signatures.
Monday, August 10, 2020
by Marni Pike, Chicago Daily Herald
Legalize all recreational drugs, let individuals decide about wearing face masks and end all foreign military entanglements, Libertarian presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen says.
That's the "issues" side of the candidate, who recalls some of her views taking shape as she was growing up in Grayslake, participating in 4H and marching in her high school band in the 1970s.
Jorgensen, 63, now lives in South Carolina and has a doctorate in industrial psychology, was a tech entrepreneur and teaches college students.
She dove into the 2020 race with Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden because "government's too big, too noisy, too intrusive. It hurts those it tries to help," she told the Daily Herald.
by Rebecka Castor, WEARTV
If you saw cars with purple and gold decorations driving through Northwest Florida Saturday, you may have seen members of the Libertarian party.
A convoy of supporters drove through Santa Rosa and Escambia Counties hoping to bring more awareness to third party candidate, Dr. Jo Jorgensen, ready to take the debate stage.
Jorgensen is running on the Libertarian values – less government, more freedom...
"We're out here today to let people know there is another candidate they can vote for that they might actually like and want to vote for,” said Libertarian party chairman in Santa Rosa County Spenser Gerber...
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Shortly before the deadline for Pennsylvania petition challenges, some Pennsylvania Democratic leaders filed a challenge to the statewide Green Party petition.
The Maine Secretary of State has determined that Rocky De La Fuente’s presidential petition is valid. His ballot label is “Alliance.”
The Alaska Division of Elections has determined that the Green Party presidential petition is valid.
The Maine petition to get Jo Jorgensen on the ballot as the Libertarian nominee for president has enough signatures, according to the Secretary of State. This makes it moderately likely that she will be on the ballot in all 51 jurisdictions that have electoral votes. Thanks to Bill Redpath for this news.