Bernie Sanders suspende su campaña: ¿qué pasó y qué pasa ahora?

Una vez más, los votantes estadounidenses privados de sus derechos se quedan sin un candidato que represente sus valores, pero en lugar de quedarse en casa o votar en contra de esos valores, hay otra opción, escribe Sam Husseini.

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Kyle Kulinski of Secular Talk commented just as Bernie Sanders suspended his campaign: "Bernie made a number of mistakes that I highlighted and broke down in detail. No excuses. Having said that, you're out of your fucking mind if you think I'll forget or look past 'bloody monday', aka the day Obama got Pete & Amy to drop & endorse Biden.

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Gallup Poll Finds Only Republicans Don’t Want a Third Party

According to a new Gallup poll, most Democrats and Independents want a third major political party in the United States. But only 38% of Republicans do.

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A majority of Democrats want a third major political party to be formed in America. An overwhelming majority of independents do. But only 38% of Republicans do. That’s according to Gallup’s October 26th article "Majority in US Still Say a Third Party Is Needed”. 54% of Democrats do, and 72% of independents do. That 54% among Democrats is the

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Jill Stein Blasts ‘Attack-Dog’ Media, Clinton Protectionists After Daily Beast Smear

The Green Party presidential candidate questioned the lack of ‘disclosure on the conflict of interest posed by Chelsea Clinton’s position as a director of the corporate owner of the Daily Beast, IAC’ after The Daily Beast published an article criticizing Stein’s investments.

Green party presidential candidate Jill Stein delivers a stump speech to her supporters during a campaign stop at Humanist Hall in Oakland, Calif. on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016.

AUSTIN, Texas --- Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein accused The Daily Beast, a popular news and opinion website, of hiding its ties to the Clintons after publishing an attack on Stein’s investment portfolio on Wednesday. “Jill Stein’s Ideology Says One Thing—Her Investment Portfolio Says Another” declared the headline for an

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Your Vote For Jill Stein Is Not A Wasted Vote

“There are differences between the two candidates and the parties. But those differences aren’t enough to save your job.”

Dr. Jill Stein, Green Party presidential nominee, speaks at a rally in Philadelphia, Wednesday, July 27, 2016.

Published in partnership with Shadowproof. W hen Jill Stein ran as the Green Party’s presidential nominee in 2012, media attention to her candidacy was rare. Now, with two of the most unpopular presidential candidates in history, she has received widespread attention. There seems to be record interest in third party campaigns, including

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Commission On Presidential Debates Shuts Out 2016 Third Party Candidates

There is clearly an unprecedented desire for alternatives to the Republican and Democratic nominees, and voters deserve an opportunity to see and hear that there are, in fact, other credible, serious choices.»

Donald Trump and Ben Carson watt before a Republican presidential debate at Milwaukee Theatre, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

The U.S. Commission on Presidential Debates on Monday released the polls it will use to determine which candidates will take to the stage in September for their first presidential debate—and shut out third-party candidates in the process. The Hill reports: Candidates will need to hit an average of 15 percent in polls conducted by ABC/Washington

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‘Don’t Write Your Congressman’: Green Party Candidates On Third-Party Movement Building

Green Party candidates emphasized the need to support diverse movements from Black Lives Matter to the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement as a way to build support for third party alternatives.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-3-UHXX1m4 HOUSTON --- Record-breaking dissatisfaction with the presidential candidates nominated by the two major political parties is leading to a new push for alternatives on the ballot. However, building a third-party alternative to the Republican and Democratic parties won’t happen overnight. “This

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