Libertarian Party Vice-presidential candidate Jeremy “Spike” Cohen will be to Miami on Thursday, October 15th. Delegates elected him and LP Presidential nominee, Jo Jorgensen at the Libertarian Party’s national convention in Orlando this past summer. Cohen is in the Orlando, Florida area today heading up campaign events, including a 5:30PM event similar to the one in Miami tomorrow evening.
Candidate Cohen will make two public appearances where he will meet supporters, give interviews to the media, and speak to the public about breaking the two-party system. The events are co-hosted by Libertarios Hispanos and the acclaimed Gloria Alvarez, host on Libertopolis Radio and author of The Populist Deception.
The first event will be Thursday morning at the prestigious Versailles Restaurant (3555 SW 8th St, Miami FL) at 8:30 AM. This event is open to the public.
Tomorrow evening, Cohen will be at the Cuba Ocho Museum at 1465 SW 8th Street in Miami from 5:30 PM to 8:00PM. He will speak about the things important to Americans. From education to healthcare, from perpetual wars to overburdensome taxation, Spike and Jo Jorgensen have the answers that benefit you the most.
Interested parties can RSVP using this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bus-tour-20-with-spike-cohen-miami-fl-tickets-123770205015
There will also be a sign waving event for Jo Jorgensen from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in Delray Beach at the intersection of Swinton Ave and Atlantic Ave (across the street from Doc’s).
The Libertarian Party is the third largest political party in the United States. Libertarians believe strongly in open immigration, and a Jorgensen-Cohen administration would immediately shut down the migrant detention camps on the border and roll back the Trump administration’s restrictions on requesting asylum. It’s nothing less than criminal for people to be put in cages for months at a time, only for the government to send them back to communism, to MS-13, or other horrors causing people to flee to the United States as refugees. A Jorgensen-Cohen administration would implement an Ellis Island style policy of immigration.