Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen visited Florida State University's campus Saturday and addressed a crowd of roughly 50 people made up of college students, Tallahassee locals and some who had traveled from outside the county.
Jorgensen supporters and campaign volunteers gathered on Landis Green, a field on FSU campus overlooked by Strozier Library, to hear her speak about topics ranging from healthcare to criminal justice reform.
Libertarians believe in liberty as a fundamental ideal and speak to limit overreaching government authority, according to Libertarianism.org.
"We cannot claim to be the land of the free when we lead the world in incarcerations," Jorgensen told the crowd, beginning her speech by touching on criminal justice issues. "We have 5 percent of the world's population, but house 20 percent of its prisoners."..
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