Libertarian Jo Jorgensen is running for President and while she may not be one of the top contenders, she is advocating her party’s principles in the race for the 2020 election. She is also launching a huge campaign for her Presidential aspirations.
One of her party’s core ideologies that have perpetrated through her is the scaling back of the Federal Government and the right to maximum personal freedom.
|Birthday||May 1, 1957|
|Net Worth||$100,000 to $1 million|
|Education||Clemson University, Southern Methodist University, and Baylor University|
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10 Facts About Jo Jorgensen
- Jo Jorgensen was born on May 1, 1957, and is 63 years old as of September 2020. She was born in the appropriately named Libertyville, Illinois, U.S.
- According to various sources on the internet, she has two daughters with her husband and she also has a grandson.
- Information on her family including her parents is not available in the media other than the fact that they have Danish heritage.
- As for her education, she went to Grayslake Central High School and later went to study a bachelor of science in Psychology at Baylor University in 1979. She then proceeded to get an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
- She also has a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Clemson University.
- The politician is a Libertarian and believes in personal liberty above all else. She supports a controversial yet supported ideology in the US.
- Her party only has 1 position in the House and there are 234 Libertarians in elected positions.
- Jo is also running for President, she is not one of the favorites, in fact, people believe that she will receive the lowest number of votes unless there is a huge upset.
- In a Q/A, she said that she looks to scale back the Federal Government and make individual freedom a priority.
- She caused controversy for calling the Coronavirus restriction one of the biggest violations in civil liberty in her generation.