Breaking down the Presidential candidates on Wisconsin’s ballot
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - As Wisconsinites gear up for the election there may be some names on the ballot less recognizable than President Donald Trump and Democrat nominee Joe Biden. Jo Jorgensen, Brian Carroll and Don Blankenship are all options voters have if they don’t want to vote for a major party candidate.
The Jo Jorgensen campaign says the Libertarian candidate stands for smaller government and creating a more efficient, less costly healthcare system to battle COVID-19.
The Brian Carroll campaign says the American Solidarity Party candidate is pro-life and committed to guaranteeing universal health care.
The Don Blankenship campaign says the constitution party candidate opposes American participation in world government, including the United Nations and opposes all bans on guns.
Though the Trump campaign hasn’t laid out a second term agenda yet, the president says he prides himself on enforcing anti-immigration laws, creating jobs and promoting fair and equal trade.
The Biden campaign says he plans to create millions of good-paying jobs, extend COVID-19 crisis unemployment insurance and expand access to high-quality, affordable childcare, including universal preschool.
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