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What happens if both Bernie and Trump run third party after being denied nominations?


Continued conversations about how a third party run could give an easy victory to the other side, but has anyone considered multiple third party candidates? We see many parties in European elections but never really considered it in American politics.

 

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    Ralph Schwartz (RJ Schwartz) 20 months ago

    I think we need several more parties - it might help to get more people out to vote

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    Ralph Schwartz (RJ Schwartz) 20 months ago

    It would be the shake-up neither party saw coming - and would be a real chance for America to break free of the two party system


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    Ralph Schwartz (RJ Schwartz) 20 months ago

    The only way I see that even having a chance is if two people, like Sanders and Trump, BOTH decide to run - takes steam from each party and would give American voters more platforms to review


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