arrow-right cart chevron-down chevron-left chevron-right chevron-up close menu minus play plus search share user email pinterest facebook instagram snapchat tumblr twitter vimeo youtube subscribe dogecoin dwolla forbrugsforeningen litecoin amazon_payments american_express bitcoin cirrus discover fancy interac jcb master paypal stripe visa diners_club dankort maestro trash

News

Jorgensen asks: How’s voting for the ‘lesser of two evils’ been working for you?

Jorgensen asks: How’s voting for the ‘lesser of two evils’ been working for you?

Libertarian candidate for president urges fellow Americans to vote for real change

GREENVILLE, S.C.; November 2, 2020—  Dr. Jo Jorgensen, the Libertarian candidate for president, has this to say to voters who are considering voting for the “lesser of two evils” — instead of for a candidate they really want:

“Are you among the twenty-five percent of Americans who disapprove of both Donald Trump and Joe Biden? Are you unhappy with the prospect of either of them being elected? 

“Are you also inclined to think one is worse than the other, and that maybe you should ‘hold your nose’ and vote for the ‘lesser of two evils’?

“If so, please ask yourself, ‘How has voting for the lesser of two evils been working for me?’

“If your answer is, ‘Not so well,’ try something different.

“The only way you’ll ever see real change is to vote for real change.

“I am the candidate for real change. I offer proposals that will result in millions of sustainable, private-sector jobs. Health care that is actually affordable. Ending our pointless, counterproductive wars in Afghanistan and the Middle East. Effective criminal justice reform. Financial responsibility in Washington D.C., and no more debt! 

“Are you ready to stop falling for the ‘lesser of two evils’ trap?

“If so, please vote for me, Jo Jorgensen, this election. Vote for real change for real people.”

Dr. Jo Jorgensen is the only presidential nominee besides Trump and Biden who appears on this year’s ballot in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia.

The post Jorgensen asks: How’s voting for the ‘lesser of two evils’ been working for you? appeared first on Jo Jorgensen for President