October 22, 2020

Jo Jorgensen Town Hall, Thursday, 7:30 P.M. EDT, preceding the other presidential event

Debate postmortem, Friday, 10:45 A.M. EDT, live radio broadcast on Gary Nolan Show

Libertarian answers hard questions about issues for voters fed up with growing, intrusive government

WHAT: Dr. Jo Jorgensen, the Libertarian presidential nominee, featured in a virtual town hall event preceding the other presidential event (at the Commission on Presidential Debates), featuring questions from voters submitted in advance, and a radio broadcast post-debate interview featuring callers’ questions, both moderated by Gary Nolan, host of the Gary Nolan Show. 

WHY: Dr. Jorgensen is reaching out to voters who are discontented with the two dominant-party candidates and are looking for an alternative to the same two, tired candidates with little difference between their platforms and who have not delivered on their promises to the voters over the years.

WHEN:          Town Hall: Thursday, October 22, 7:30–8:30 P.M. EDT
                        Debate Postmortem: Friday, October 23, 10:45–11:30 A.M. EDT

Jo Jorgensen Town Hall will be livestreamed via the Jorgensen–Cohen 2020…

The town hall will be archived by Friday, Oct. 23 on the Jorgensen–Cohen 2020 YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Debate postmortem on the Gary Nolan Show:

The Gary Nolan Show debate postmortem will be archived at GaryNolan.com


About Jorgensen–Cohen 2020:  Dr. Jo Jorgensen is the 2020 Libertarian Party presidential nominee, and was the party’s 1996 vice-presidential nominee. She is a businesswoman, entrepreneur, and senior lecturer at Clemson University. She holds an MBA and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Dr. Jorgensen and vice-presidential candidate Jeremy Spike Cohen were nominated at the party’s national convention, the first-ever on-line national political convention, held in May. Learn more about Jorgensen–Cohen 2020 at Jo20.com.   

About Gary Nolan: Gary Nolan has been “America’s Voice of Liberty” for more than a decade, reaching millions with his message of individual liberty, personal responsibility, and constitutionally limited government as host of the nationally syndicated Gary Nolan Show, along with two shows dedicated to gun aficionados and gun rights advocates, where he entertains listeners with insightful political commentary and substantive public policy debate. Nolan served as president of Washington-based “Capitol Watch” in the late nineties, defending Americans from “higher taxes and wasteful spending.” As a business owner in Cleveland, Nolan was initially attracted to the Republican Party. He became frustrated with their bloated budgets and continual failure to cut spending. During a nationwide radio broadcast in January 1999, he publicly resigned from the Republican Party and joined the Libertarian Party, where in 2004 he ran for the party’s presidential nomination. He has been a frequent guest on such national television outlets as CNN, FOX News Channel, MSNBC, C-SPAN, and ABC’s “World News Tonight.” Learn more about Gary Nolan at GaryNolan.com.

About the Libertarian Party: The Libertarian Party (LP) was founded in 1972 and today is the third largest political party in the United States. Millions of Americans have voted for Libertarian candidates in elections throughout the country. The Libertarian, Democratic, and Republican parties are the only political parties that will appear on the ballot in all fifty states (plus D.C.) this November. Learn more about the LP at LP.org.