Democracy Now: Expanding the Debate: October 4th Vice-Presidential Debate

(The following was originally published on the Democracy Now! website.)

On Tuesday, October 4, Democracy Now! will host special live coverage of the first U.S. vice-presidential debate from Richmond, VA. We will air the full debate between Republican VP nominee Mike Pence and Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine and “expand” the debate by giving third-party candidates a chance to respond in real time to the same questions. Green Party VP nominee Ajamu Baraka has already agreed to participate. We have also invited Libertarian VP nominee William Weld. Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman will moderate a pre-debate roundtable from 8-9pm ET, followed by the expanded vice presidential debate from 9-11:30 pm ET


5 thoughts on “Democracy Now: Expanding the Debate: October 4th Vice-Presidential Debate

    1. I have to admit, I have come to admire you for the method that you took over the old ATPR website before, Max. However I still consider Chris to be a backstabbing scumfuck wacko that will never work with, ever again.

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  1. I think it’s unfortunate William Weld didn’t participate. There are a lot of people on the Left who don’t think voting for Stein and the Greens don’t have a chance at 5% nationally, where as the Johnson/Weld ticket does. So voting for them could break the political establishment.


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