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 presser yesterday advertising the debate taking place later today and how you can watch it. Like the last debate, Libertarian presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen will not participate.
This Saturday, October 24th at 6pm MT, Free & Equal presents our 3rd Open Presidential Debate of 2020.… Read more ...
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
Joshua Fauver, a Green Party member and the co-founder of American Third Party Report, created the following Change.org petition today:
The mantra, indeed the motto, of the Free and Equal Election Foundation is “More Voices, More Choices.” In the interest in living up to that high creed we (the list signatories of this petition) would like to request that the Free and Equal Election Foundation set the criteria for receiving invitation to their Open Presidential Debate at the United We Stand Fest on October the 25th in Boulder, Colorado.
I was sent the following note via the message funtion on Facebook. I thought Mr. Carter made some good points, and decided to share this with IPR readers. I don’t know much about Zak Cruise Carter , besides what I’ve read on Facebook.
No one will be in charge, per se, of liveblogging this event. But this is the relevant place for IPR commenters to leave their thoughts on the debate that is being aired on C-Span, Al-Jazeera English, Ora.tv, and LinkTV. The debate will be moderated by Larry King and the participants include former Virginia Congressman Virgil Goode of the Constitution Party, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party, Dr.… Read more ...