We hear much talk that they rigged the 2020 general election, meaning it was unfairly drawn out. This is an undisputable fact, so let’s look at some ways the people of the United States’ votes were manipulated. Democrats worked hard… Read More ›
The question on many American’s minds is what, if any, affect did Libertarian Party presidential nominee, Jo Jorgensen, have on the votes going one way or another toward Joe Biden or Donald Trump. Foremost, Jorgensen did not take votes away… Read More ›
On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Americans will cast the final ballots in who they would like to lead the country as their president over the next four years. Only three candidates will be on the ballot in all 50 states:… Read More ›
Out of 14 million registered voters in Florida, six million have already voted either by mail or in person at early voting sites for the November 3, 2020 general election. In Palm Beach County, 450,000 registered voters have already voted… Read More ›
After Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery temporarily left Fox Business for the last 7 months, she her show is back on the air and will be on from now on at 8 PM Eastern, Mondays through Thursdays. Kennedy’s show leans libertarian, though… Read More ›
Florida State House of Representatives District 89, which hugs the coastline from Riviera Beach down to Boca Raton, is up for grabs by either incumbent Mike Caruso or Jim Bonfiglio. Both are well-funded as Caruso has flooded the district voter’s… 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.
“It’s a last-ditch effort on their part,” said Libertarian Party of Texas Chair Whitney Bilyeu. “They’re clearly desperate to do everything they can to remove voter choice at the polls to continue to have a one-party state here in Texas.”
If passed, Amendment 3 would give Florida voters, regardless of political affiliation, one ballot with all the candidates for each public race listed and the top-two candidates with the most votes would advance to the general election. If passed, the new process would start with the 2024 primaries.
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.