Join Dr. Jo Jorgensen and People for Liberty for an "Election Eve" celebration of the principles of the liberty movement, a toast to all of the volunteers and Libertarian candidates who worked so hard this cycle, and a special screening of the film "Longing for Liberty"!
Any election can be fraught with tension but the 2020 presidential election has been especially contentious. Add to that anxiety from the pandemic and a nation in the grips of a racial reckoning, and this election season has been particularly difficult for families to navigate. So how can we set ourselves and our families up for what is sure to be an emotional rollercoaster...?
We have to focus on the issues and principles—not people or personalities. Remembering (and sharing!) that we are voting on the issues, not just the person, helps reiterate that elections are about what matters most to us and our families. The Libertarian party is the party of principles and this election cycle we are focused on real change for real people.
Let's let this election be a jumping off point - not the culmination of - our enthusiasm for the liberty movement, party and principles. On Monday night we'll discuss how you, the people, have already made such a tremendous difference and how we all can stay involved and live our lives for liberty well after November 3, 2020. Special thanks to Joe Bishop-Henchman, Chair of the Libertarian Party, who will also be joining us to celebrate the success of this current campaign cycle and discuss the future ahead!
Be sure to RSVP using the ticket link through Eventbrite so we can email more information directly regarding how to access the livestream and film by Jordan Taylor Bunch.
Led by an unincorporated group of grassroots volunteers, the #LetHerSpeak Movement seeks to challenge the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) that has historically excluded third party candidates from national debates, depriving the American voters of the right to hear from all their candidates. We believes Dr. Jo Jorgensen has a right to debate on the national stage to share her vision of real change for real people with the people who will live with the consequences of the 2020 presidential election.
More broadly though, if a political party is able to get on enough ballots to make them eligible to secure 270 electoral votes, #LetHerSpeak supporters assert that the candidate is a viable option for people to vote into office and that candidate, regardless of party affiliation, should be allowed on the debate stage. Do you agree…?
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