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Presidential Debate Schedule for activists, occupiers, third party candidates, and independents

Presidential Debates should be for everyone. And, if you pay very close attention, you can find a way to attend a fair debate or to protest an unfair, exclusionary debate.

Archival photo: Electoral Activism

Wednesday, October 3rd:
– Regular, Duopoly Debate will occur in Colorado
Occupy The Debates
March at 5:30
– Occupy The Debates “Afterrally Party” at 9:30
– Third party candidates Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson will appear on
Democracy Now! 8:30 to 11:30 Real-time debate coverage/response

Tuesday, October 11th:
-Regular, Duopoly Debate in Kentucky

Tuesday, October 16th:
-Regular, Duopoly Debate in Long Island, New York
Occupy The Debate! at Hofstra

Tuesday, October 23rd:
-Third Party Debate in Chicago
Sponsored by Free & Equal
Confirmed candidates: Gary Johnson, Jill Stein,
Virgil Goode, Rocky Anderson

Want to know who to vote for for President in 2012? There is an excellent, inclusive list of candidates – duopoly, third party, and independent – at Politics1.com: here.

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