Tag Archives: meme

The Jorgensen Insider: Issue 05

The campaign of 2020 Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen sent out the following newsletter to email subscribers yesterday.  This is the fifth issue.

Text Banking in 5 Steps

by Ryan Cooper

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It’s easy to text bank for Jo Jorgensen.

We’re reaching literally thousands of voters every week, letting them know about the third option on every ballot: Dr.… Read more ...

The Jorgensen Insider: Issue 03

The campaign of 2020 Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen sent out the following newsletter to email subscribers last week.  This is the third issue.

DEBATABLE RULES

by Jennifer Imhoff

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The first 2020 presidential debate is tonight, September 29, 2020, at 9:15 EDT. It is no surprise that our candidate, Dr.… Read more ...

The Jorgensen Insider: Issue 02

The campaign of 2020 Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen yesterday sent out the following newsletter to email subscribers.  This is the second issue.

Liberty [Redacted]

by Jennifer Imhoff

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Beginning October 1, 2020, Facebook will begin enforcing a stricter community standard guideline in an attempt to “stop hate speech.”

These changes are expected to impact page and group admins and require heavy oversight and censorship.… Read more ...

Larry Sharpe Posts Meme on the Spoiler Effect

After Congressman Justin Amash’s announcement about his 2020 run for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination Tuesday, the Twitterverse exploded with individuals concerned that Amash’s campaign would take votes away from presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden. In response, Larry Sharpe, the running mate for 2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Judge Jim Gray, posted the following meme:

In addition, Sharpe tweeted:

People say that a vote for Libertarian is a vote for Trump OR a vote for Biden.

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One meme, one vote…

Stolen/borrowed from Serenade in Green (svf):

A meme that just popped into my head. List your Presidential votes, or non-votes, the candidate’s party, explain why you voted that way in no more than four words, and list the guy who eventually won.

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