Tag Archives: 2020 Libertarian presidential debates

Jo Jorgensen: Tonight! Dr. Jorgensen Enters the Lion Den with Hornberger, Gray, Supreme, and More…

2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen sent out the following statement ahead of tonight’s Lions of Liberty Libertarian presidential debate.  This is a different debate than the Libertarian Party of Kentucky presidential debate series, part four of which is also taking place tonight.

Tonight I take on Jacob Hornberger, Jim Gray, Vermin Supreme, and more at a debate sponsored by the Lions of Liberty, starting at 8:00 pm Eastern.… Read more ...

Dan Behrman: We Need Your Help!

2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Dan “Taxation is Theft” Behrman sent out the following release today about the fourth Libertarian Party of Kentucky debate scheduled for later today.

Tonight’s debate:

Tonight I will debate four other Libertarian presidential candidates.

But there is more to this story than just that.

Justin Amash, an elected US Representative has recently switched his party affiliation to Libertarian.… Read more ...

Libertarian Party of Kentucky Holds Part 3 of Presidential Debate

Last week the Libertarian Party of Kentucky held part one of its five part presidential debate.  On Saturday it held part two.  It held part three on Sunday.

Participants in the debate were former LNC vice chair Arvin Vohra, antiwar activist Adam Kokesh, Erik Gerhardt, Steve Richey, Phil Gray, Andy Hope Williams, writer Jedidiah Hill, parliamentarian James Ogle, welder Kenneth Blevins, and life coach Sorinne Ardeleanu.… Read more ...

Dan Behrman: We are Still in the Race!

2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Dan “Taxation is Theft” Behrman sent out the following release today providing some updates on his campaign.

COVID-19 has disrupted the race, but we are still fighting!

There are two very important announcements today.

First, Taxation Is Theft Fest 2020 is now being promoted on all of our social media platforms.… Read more ...

Libertarian Party of Kentucky Holds Part 2 of Presidential Debate

Last week the Libertarian Party of Kentucky held part one of its five part presidential debate.  Today it held part two.

Participants were 2012 vice presidential nominee Judge Jim Gray, Grady County (Georgia) NAACP president John Monds, 1996 vice presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen, performance artist Vermin Supreme, and FFF founder and president Jacob Hornberger.… Read more ...

Ken Armstrong Ends 2020 Presidential Bid to Seek VP Nomination

Former Coast Guard Officer Ken Armstrong withdrew from the race for the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination Wednesday with the emergence of Congressman Justin Amash as a contender.  Armstrong has now launched a campaign for the vice presidential nomination.

Known for his booming voice on the campaign trail, Armstrong, who previously served as executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Hawaii, and as a member of the Honolulu County Neighborhood Board, took his libertarian message to various debates and party meetings. … Read more ...

Jo Jorgensen: Campaign Update – April 29th, 2020

2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen put out the following statement yesterday to discuss her campaign happenings and pitch for campaign donations. 

There’s a lot happening! Two debates last week, and two more this week. Plus my regular Friday night Ask Me Anything sessions, as well as a hosted event earlier this evening.… Read more ...

Jacob Hornberger: Justin Amash, LP Interloper, Parts 6 & 7

2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Jacob Hornberger, whom the readers of IPR previously interviewed, has started a series on his campaign blog about Independent Congressman Justin Amash.  Amash is reportedly considering a bid for the Libertarian presidential nomination.  Parts 1 and 2 of Hornberger’s series were posted here.  Part 3 was posted hereRead more ...

2020 Libertarian Party Presidential Candidates React to Entrance of Justin Amash

With Congressman Justin Amash joining the Libertarian Party and announcing his intentions to seek its 2020 presidential nomination, some of his opponents for Libertarian presidential nomination reacted to the news.

Jo Jorgensen in an email release:lp

Of course the big news is that after months of teasing and indecision, Michigan Representative Justin Amash has finally joined the Libertarian Party and will be seeking the LP nomination for President.

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Mark Whitney Withdraws Campaign for 2020 LP Presidential Nomination, Endorses Gray/Sharpe

Comedian Mark Whitney withdrew yesterday from the 2020 Libertarian Party presidential race, via Facebook, and endorsed the ticket of Judge Jim Gray for president and Larry Sharpe for vice president.  This comes after Whitney finished in fifth place in a straw poll after Wednesday’s Libertarian presidential debate in Kentucky.

This is the second time Whitney, a convicted felon and podcaster, has suspended his campaign. … Read more ...

Libertarian Party of Kentucky Presidential Debate Posted on YouTube

The Libertarian Party of Kentucky held a presidential debate today on YouTube.

Participants include the latest entrant and 2012 vice presidential nominee Judge Jim Gray, 1996 vice presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen, comedian Mark Whitney, antiwar activist Adam Kokesh, and attorney Jacob Hornberger.

Video embedded below:

Click here for previous 2020 Libertarian presidential debates.… Read more ...

Jorgensen Campaign: Important Debate Tonight – Jo Needs Your Support to Win!

The Jo Jorgensen 2020 campaign for president sent out the following statement today concerning a Libertarian Party presidential debate scheduled to take place today: 

The Libertarian Party of Kentucky is sponsoring a three-round online debate that begins tonight. The debate starts at 7pm Eastern and will run for about two hours.… Read more ...