CHICAGO, Oct. 18, (UPI)
Ballot-qualified, third-party contenders for the U.S. presidency will hold their own debate next week in Chicago and stream it live on the Internet.
Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, Green Party candidate Jill Stein, Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode and Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson confirmed they will participate Tuesday in the only debate among third-party candidates in Chicago, The Christian Science Monitor reported Wednesday.
Former CNN host Larry King will moderate the 90-minute forum that will stream live on YouTube and Internet television network Ora.tv.
The third-party candidates' debate represents American democracy at work, said Christina Tobin, co-moderator of the debate and founder of the Free and Equal Elections Foundation, the Chicago non-profit sponsoring the debate.
"This debate is really about the fact that all elections should be free and equal," Tobin told the Monitor. [MORE]
Via Margaret Reeve Panahi