The Free & Equal Elections Foundation held a debate yesterday in Cheyenne, Wyoming featuring third party and independent presidential candidates. Video of the debate from the YouTube broadcast is embedded below.
Free & Equal Elections Foundation sent out the following press release announcing a third presidential debate scheduled for October 24. Several candidates have been invited including Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen who chose not to participate in the second Free & Equal debate last week.
Candidates to Take Stage in Historic 3rd Open Presidential Debate October 24
Cross-Partisan Debate Takes Root in Wake of Disastrous Two-Party Debates
The Free & Equal Elections Foundation held a debate yesterday in Denver featuring third party and independent presidential candidates. Video of the debate from the Facebook broadcast is embedded below:
The group We Are Libertarians yesterday produced a 2020 Libertarian presidential debate, which Reason‘s Matt Welch moderated.
Participants were 1996 vice presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen, Future of Freedom Foundation founder and president Jacob Hornberger, 2012 vice presidential nominee Judge Jim Gray, antiwar activist Adam Kokesh, and former NAACP of Grady County (Georgia) president John Monds.… Read more ...
Yesterday the Libertarian Party of Kentucky (LPKY) held the fifth and final part of its 2020 Libertarian presidential debate series.
Participants were performance artist Vermin Supreme, 1996 vice presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen, Congressman Justin Amash, Future of Freedom Foundation founder and president Jacob Hornberger, and 2012 vice presidential nominee Judge Jim Gray. … Read more ...
2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Dan “Taxation is Theft” Behrman released the following statement today about his fellow presidential candidates and tonight’s presidential debate in which he is not participating:
They aren’t all bad
The other night I participated in a debate, and while that debate went well and we polled very high, we did not make it to the next round of this rigged, tournament-style debate.… Read more ...
Chris Wiest, chairman of the Libertarian Party of Kentucky (LPKY) has dismissed criticism from 2020 Libertarian presidential candidates Arvin Vohra and Adam Kokesh that the criteria for the LPKY presidential debate series was skewed to favor certain candidates.
“They are not being truthful,” says Wiest, “And frankly, they are not in a position to know.”… Read more ...