In the first stop of her four-day tour in Alaska, Libertarian nominee for president Dr. Jo Jorgensen was visibly chilly at the Iditapark pavilion before taking the microphone for her speech to over 100 supporters on Sunday night.

Jorgensen gripped the sides of her arms and admitted to purchasing a scarf from a local artist upon arrival as she opened the speech. Picking up steam as she detailed her platform for healthcare and military reform, Jorgensen began to heat up as her applause breaks stretched longer and longer in front of the crowd in Wasilla. As a believer in local control, Jorgensen provided a long list of federal departments she would like to get rid of or alter if elected and argued for local control.



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