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Priming for a Third Party

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Priming for a Third Party

We take a look at how a third party candidate could change the 2012 presidential election. Is the time is right to move from a two party system? We want to hear from you: Will you vote for a third party candidate? Is a third party candidate good for democracy? Leave a comment on our Facebook page.

Guests:
  • Mark McKinnon is a Republican strategist who’s worked with George W. Bush and John McCain. He is the vice chair of Hill and Knowlton Incorporated, and he’s currently a Shorenstein Fellow at Harvard University. He is an advisor to Americans Elect.
  • Tad Devine is a Democratic strategist and media consultant who was a senior advisor to Al Gore in 2000 and John Kerry in 2004. He is currently an Institute of Politics fellow at the the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

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