Special Report

Midterm Elections 2014

What you need to know about third party candidates

Steven Brams

by Thom Friend

Occupy Wall Street and the People’s Climate March; two movements that brought hundreds of thousands from around the nation and the world to New York City to make their voices heard. But tomorrow, when Americans make their way to the polling booths to cast their votes, the third-party candidates who hope to champion these causes will see only a few percent of the vote.

Dr. Steven Brams, Professor of Politics at New York University answers questions about third party candidates and the system.

 


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