Libertarian candidate calls for free-market solutions in health care, bringing troops home

GREENVILLE, S.C.; October 24, 2020—  Following campaign events in Milwaukee on Friday, Libertarian presidential nominee Dr. Jo Jorgensen, whose name appears on the ballot in all 50 states (plus D.C.), is this weekend visiting four cities in Ohio and Kentucky, planning rallies with supporters, fundraisers, and media availability.

Dr. Jorgensen intends if elected to reduce the size and scope of the federal government, including dramatic spending cuts—without which, she pointed out, tax cuts are meaningless; creating a truly free market in in health care, spurring medical innovation and lower prices; and ending military involvement overseas and bringing troops home to protect American shores.

Dr. Jorgensen said it’s high time to bring our troops home, end military aid to foreign countries, and end economic sanctions or embargoes of non-military materials.

“When goods cross borders, soldiers don’t,” she explained. “When I am president, our military will be armed, trained, able, and ready to defend the life, liberty, and property of Americans against foreign aggressors. For the last 70 years, Democratic and Republican politicians have dragged us into war, after war—when there was no clear and present danger to America, causing millions of deaths and injuries. Let’s finally be at peace with the world” 

Jorgensen’s campaign stops in Ohio and Kentucky feature Libertarian Party leaders and down-ballot candidates, include media availability, and are scheduled as follows (subject to change; times are shown in local time zone):

Saturday, October 24; Toledo, Ohio
12–1:45 P.M.: Middlegrounds Metropark: Rotary Roundhouse, 111 Ottawa Street, Toledo
Saturday, October 24; Columbus, Ohio
5:45–7 P.M.: Libertarian Party of Ohio headquarters: 6230 Busch Blvd., Columbus
7:30–9 P.M.: Private after-party (invitation only):
Sunday, October 25; Covington, Kentucky
2:30 P.M.–4 P.M.: Goebel Park: 501 Philadelphia Street, Covington
Sunday, October 25; Cincinnati, Ohio
6– 8 P.M.: VIP Supporter Dinner (ticketed event): McCormick & Schmick’s, 21 East 5th Street, Cincinnati

Dr. Jorgensen’s vice-presidential running mate, Jeremy “Spike” Cohen, will be concurrently campaigning in Texas today and in Arkansas on Sunday, including speaking in a criminal justice reform forum in Springdale. For a full list of the candidates’ upcoming campaign events, visit

Media advisory: Rain or shine! The candidates will have media availability at most tour stops. A mult box will be available at the rallies, although no risers. Personal distancing protocols will be followed; the campaign will provide hand sanitizer and masks. 

For questions or to schedule an interview with Dr. Jorgensen during her Ohio and Kentucky campaign stops, contact: 

· Jess Mears, Jorgensen–Cohen deputy campaign director, via e-mail at, or by phone at (727) 262-8061