Jo Jorgensen meets Montana voters, media; advocates real change for real people

GREENVILLE, S.C.; September 18, 2020   Libertarian Party (LP) presidential nominee Dr. Jo Jorgensen is rallying supporters in Montana on Friday and Saturday, seeking support for her platform of downsizing the federal government, providing a truly free market in health care, and bringing home the troops stationed overseas to protect America’s own soil and shores. 

“We are excited to have a visit from Dr. Jorgensen,” said LP Montana Chair Sid Daoud. “Appearing on the ballot in all fifty states, she gives the people of Montana, and beyond, the only principled choice. Finally, we have a candidate fit for this highest office who is exactly what this country needs.”

Daoud is joining Jorgensen on the program at her Friday rally in Bozeman Pond Park. On Saturday, Dr. Jorgensen will head to Riverfront Park in Billings and promote two Libertarian candidates for Montana state house: Melody Benes (Dist. 43) and Richard Armerding (Dist. 98). She will speak about the practical benefits of her plan, if elected, to reduce the size and scope of the federal government.

“I am grateful to be able to vote for someone other than the older two parties’ candidates,” said Ken Moellman, vice chair of the Libertarian National Committee and a fellow rally speaker. “I’m so excited that the option that every American will have is Dr. Jo Jorgensen. I have found her to be knowledgeable, compassionate, and professional—in stark contrast to her competition.”

The Montana rallies are part of the campaign’s third “Real Change for Real People” bus tour, which kicked off on Wednesday in Idaho. For a list of the campaign’s events, visit

Dr. Jorgensen’s campaign stops in Montana feature down-ticket candidates, include media availability, and are scheduled as follows (subject to change):

Friday, September 18; Bozeman.
5:45–7 P.M.: Bozeman Pond Park, 700 S. Fowler Ave.
Saturday, September 19; Billings
5:45–7:15 P.M.: Riverfront Park (Shelter 3), 7277–7337 State Secondary Highway 416

Media advisory: Rain or shine! The candidate 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; hand sanitizer and masks will be provided. 

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