about people for liberty

People for Liberty launched in May of 2020 in response to an unmet need and has developed into an exciting mixing ground for people, ideas, and candidates exploring the values of the liberty movement. People for Liberty is dedicated to creating a warm and welcoming community for those seeking life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness with as little government interference as possible. If you seek the same, we hope you’ll explore if our values align with your own.

We invite you to become a member of People for Liberty, sign up for our newsletter, and check out an upcoming event. No matter how you choose to get involved, we welcome all the support you can muster, and we’ll pay that support forward to the movement with the goal of bringing liberty not just to our members but to all Americans.

What We Do

People for Liberty is a collective of liberty-minded people, by the people, and for the people, working towards a common goal.

We are focused on empowering people through education and advocacy to take action in the political process, build an engaged community, and contribute to a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming culture that invites others to become a part of the liberty movement.

Leadership Group

Jo Jorgensen

On the heels of a 2020 election cycle, where Dr. Jo Jorgensen was one of only three candidates to be on the ballot in all 50 states + DC, Jo has become the President of the Board for People For Liberty. A transcendent figure in American Politics, Dr Jorgensen is the only Ph. D and the only woman to have ever been on the ballot in 50+DC twice. Dr. Jorgensen brings a deep understanding of the cultural implications of a free society, as well as group of supporters who came to the Liberty movement because of the efficacy of her message and the way she was able to make people understand liberty on their own personal level.

Jo Jorgensen possesses the intellectual firepower and academic credentials to contend with tough opposition. She’s been a full-time Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Clemson University since 2006 and holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Clemson, 2002). She graduated in 1979 from Baylor University with a B.S. in Psychology and in 1980 from Southern Methodist University with an MBA.

People for Liberty | How We Do It

The Liberty Movement lacks organizations focused specifically on building community — until now. Without community engagement, how do we know what messages resonate? How does the movement learn from the people and empower them to lead?

Through conversation, collaboration and content creation, People for Liberty will help identify future liberty voters and deliver them curated, data-driven messaging designed to engage and convert. We seek to partner with existing organizations in the liberty movement to expand their audience reach and connect new voters with their message.

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