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Libertarian presidential nominee visits Twin Cities for Juneteenth, George Floyd memorial!

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.; June 18, 2020— Beginning Friday, Dr. Jo Jorgensen, the Libertarian presidential candidate, will be attending events in the Twin Cities to pay her respects to George Floyd and other victims of police violence.George Shrine in MN

June 19 will mark the 155th anniversary of the ending of slavery in the United States following the Civil War. Jorgensen is the only one of the three major candidates for president scheduled to make an appearance at this weekend’s “Juneteenth” commemorations and events.

“Recognizing the increasing evidence of widespread inappropriate use of force by law enforcement, I am committed to listening and then doing what I can to end police misconduct,” said Jorgensen.

“I am also committed to ending the drug war, qualified immunity, no-knock warrants, and other misguided policies which create the setting conducive to much of this violence,” she said. “Neither of my opponents have the insight or courage to take these stands.”

Dr. Jorgensen’s itinerary (subject to change) is as follows:

Friday, 9:30 A.M…….. Visiting protest scenes in St. Paul

Friday, 10 A.M……….. Visiting the Global Market area

Friday, 10:30 A.M…… Visiting Precinct 5 and K-Mart area

Friday, 11 A.M……….. Visiting Precinct 3 and Target area

Friday, 12:30 P.M……. Laying flowers at George Floyd Memorial

Friday, 1:30 P.M……… Listening meetings with local civil rights groups’ leaders while joining their sponsored Juneteenth celebration in north Minneapolis

Friday, 4 P.M…………. Meeting with young activists who helped get supplies each day for South Minneapolis community needs, and with University of Minnesota students

Saturday, morning:….. Available for media interviews

For questions or to schedule an interview with Dr. Jorgensen during her Twin Cities visit, contact:

  • Cara Schulz, elected Libertarian and Burnsville City Councilmember:
  • Chris Holbrook, Chair of the Minnesota Libertarian Party:

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  1. fred stein fred stein July 1, 2020

    June 19th? Happened a couple of weeks ago. Did she get media coverage? What was the response from the groups she met ?

  2. paulie paulie July 1, 2020

    Yes there was some good response and media coverage. I just got around to posting now. I hit a wall when the site had an outage a few weeks ago just I was hitting a good stride with posting articles, my list of things to post got too long, and I had trouble getting started back up with posting articles as often happens when I hit a wall. I just now finally got around to starting again. It’s still as of right now the most recent release at and I may still post a couple of the ones right before it.

  3. fred stein fred stein July 1, 2020

    I went to the link. I saw releases, but where in the media was it covered? What newspaper? what radio station? Which TV show? Just curious. In the past the LP constantly sent out press releases but never saw them published in newspapers that I read, or radio or tv shows. Please correct me.

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