Gary Johnson and Jill Stein advanced to the final Presidential debate on November 5th from 9:00 to 10:30 EST in Washington D.C.
The Free and Equal Elections Foundation, the only organization offering a platform to every major candidate, has assembled a diverse group of ballot-qualified candidates in order to offer a truly multi-partisan debate for American voters. With sponsoring organizations spanning the ideological spectrum from The Nation to The American Conservative, it is clear that both the left and right in this country agree that the two-party system is broken. Free and Equal’s debate will be the type of open, honest, and solutions oriented discussion that the American people deserve.
Confirmed political correspondents include:
Thom Hartmann – NY Times bestselling author, entrepreneur, political commentator, and host of The Big Picture
Sam Seder – comedian, writer, actor, director, producer and talk radio host
Amber Lyon – Emmy Award-winning investigative journalist and whistleblower
Maytha Alhassen – journalist, writer, editor and University of Southern California Provost Ph.D. Fellow in American Studies and Ethnicity
Matt Welch – editor in chief of Reason magazine
Additional correspondents and moderator will be announced shortly.
Several American media outlets will stream the debate live including Free and Equal, Free Speech TV, Stitcher, Orion Radio Network,Yes Magazine, NextNewsNetwork, RT America’s YouTube channel, American Free Press, as well as UK-based Reciva Internet Radio. RT America will open its studio and offer a live, neutral feed via satellite to interested media.
International media will cover the debate in countries including Switzerland, Sweden, Russia, China, Spain and the UK.
The debate will feature Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, a line-up decided by voters last week after the first debate moderated by Larry King between Johnson, Stein, Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode, and Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson. The first debate was one of the top trends on Twitter, and an even bigger social media buzz is expected for this second debate.