Unfortunately, I think we’ll get a bit more of a politician’s perspective from her; she is running for president after all. Thus, I expect a fair bit of stumping and less substance than we got from Amash. I base that partially on some of her other appearances and interviews, as well. Hopefully Bret can get the conversation to more interesting ground though. She’s not an evolutionary psychologist, but they might have some common interests regarding psychology and certainly her perspective on working outside the duopoly for so long will be interesting.
My secret hope is that Bret can help guide left-liberals/left-libertarians into the LP and open the LP to more left-liberals (there are some, like the libertarian socialist caucus, but we need more space, imo). America needs a new party, and the LP could be it if it were a little less “freedom for me but not for thee” conservative (i.e. a party focused less emphatically on how democrats are evil and taxes are theft, even if there is a grain of truth to both). I also hope Jo will help Bret acknowledge problems with over-policing and distinguish between black lives mattering and BLM. She’s pretty good on it, imo, even if a lot of people on the right saw her statement as complicity in the violence of some of the protests or an espousal of or capitulation to identity politics, which it really wasn’t, imo.
I already voted for Jo, but I think Bret and Heather are probably voting for Hawkins or writing someone in. Maybe they are waiting to see how this goes and whether the LP can legitimately offer a big enough tent for left-libertarians, though.