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Location announced for upcoming third party VP debate

Christina M. Tobin, President of Free and Equal Elections, announced this afternoon that a vice-presidential debate will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada this Sunday November 2, 2008.

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas Alumni Association has agreed to host the debate at the Marietta Tiberti Grand Hall, located at 4505 Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas.

Libertarian Party vice-presidential candidate, Wayne Allyn Root, Constitution Party vice-presidential candidate, Darrell Castle, and Independent Ralph Nader running mate, Matt Gonzalez, have formally agreed to a participate in the debate.

In addition to the confirmed participants, an open invitation is extended to the remaining three presidential tickets that appear on enough ballots to acquire 270 Electoral votes.

Free and Equal Elections has partnered with, Restore The Republic, and Restore the Republic Radio to present the Vice-Presidential Debate.

These organizations have come together with the common goal of ensure that third parties have a voice on the political stage

A fundraising drive for the debate is currently ongoing at

Free and Equal is committed to raising the level of political discourse in this country by providing a platform for non-mainstream presidential candidates to reach out to the American People.

The debate will take place on November 2cd at 6pm Pacific time.

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Was a fierce Independent because of statements made in George Washington's farewell address about how the party system would damage the nation. (He was right). Became interested in the Libertarian party because of Ron Paul. I helped get Mike Gravel into the LP, and joined the party with him. And contrary to what people have said, we are not going anywhere. We are in the Libertarian party from now on. Get used to it.

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  1. VTV VTV Post author | October 30, 2008

    Looking forward to this.

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