CLEVELAND - Four third-party candidates voiced their positions on the issues a day after the final debate between Republican and Democratic presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.
Former CNN host Larry King moderated the debate between the alternative candidates, posing questions on some topics not discussed in the three debates between Obama and Romney. It was held in Chicago and organized by the Free and Equal Elections Foundation.
The third party candidates are:
- Jill Stein , Green Party
- Gary Johnson , Libertarian Party
- Virgil Goode , Constitution Party
- Rocky Anderson , Justice Party
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