After falling behind Democratic nominee Joe Biden in May, U.S. President Donald Trump has surged back into a virtual dead heat in the battleground Sunshine State, according to a statewide survey of registered Florida voters by the Florida Atlantic University… Read More ›
On November 3, 2020, Florida voters will choose who they would like to see occupy the White House for the next four years. They include 13 qualified candidates, though only 7 names will appear on the ballot as the remaining… Read More ›
In the wake of the recent police ambush shooting in Los Angeles, Joe Biden, Jo Jorgensen and Donald Trump took to Twitter to express their opinions on gun control. It started with Joe Biden tweeting, “Weapons of war have no… Read More ›
The Commission on Presidential Debates which comprises Republicans and Democrats, has announced the polls it will use for the 15 percent threshold to be included in the debates. There is only one problem for Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen, she is not named in any of the polls they are using even though 11-22 percent of Americans identify as Libertarian.
There will be three candidates on the ballot in all 50 states, even though the mainstream media and polling organizations only promote two. Donald Trump and Joe Biden are seen in a vicious battle and are seen to have very different platforms. While they do not allow Jo Jorgensen to be seen at all. So, what happens when you break through the endless political commercials and strip things down to the reality of all three on the issues.
Today, August 21, 2020, Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen was officially listed on the list of presidential candidates on the State of Florida’s Division of Elections website. The Libertarian Party of Florida submitted their list of electors for Jorgensen. She is the only presidential candidate on the Florida list who will be on the ballot in all 50 states alongside Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Other presidential candidates on the list available for voters are Write-In candidates and an independent candidate; however, they will not be on the ballot in all 50 states. The deadline for political parties to get their candidate on the general election ballot is on September 1, 2020, and must include a list of their electors.
The latest The Economist/YouGov poll of Biden supporters confirms prior polling that around 60 percent are voting to give Trump the boot rather than enthusiastically voting for Biden. According to the latest poll, only 41 percent of those expected to vote for Biden are voting for him, and 58 percent are voting against Trump. Meanwhile, the data flips for Trump supporters and this follows the trend in recent polling. 80 percent of those expected to vote for Trump in the general election are voting for him, and only 18 percent are voting against Biden.
Tonight, Democratic Party Vice Presidential nominee, Kamala Harris, will speak to the virtual audience at the party’s 2020 convention. Harris is expected to speak this evening just before Barack Obama, and though we have not obtained a copy of the… Read More ›
Presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden will broadcast canned speeches from his home in Delaware as the Democratic Party’s 2020 convention begins today – virtually. Following the path set by the Constitution Party and the Libertarian Party, the Democratic Party’s four… Read More ›
Dr. Jo Jorgensen is polling between two to four percent in the few polls where her name appears. To be included in the presidential debates, Jorgensen will need to show at least 15 percent in certain polls; however, at present,… Read More ›