Oct 26, 2016
Carman Hall Rm. 245
In an election with the two most disliked candidates in the history of presidential elections, Americans are looking at third party candidates with renewed interest. But with the two-party system making it nearly impossible for Third Party candidates to win, let alone get a wide hearing, the pressure of the” lesser evil” will weigh heavy on Americans as they make their decision in the voting booth.
But as polls show that a large majority of Americans are clamoring for a third party, the question of how we get there looms large in the imagination of many who are fed up with the Republican and Democratic Party.
As election day approaches, the International Socialist Organization is making the case for voting for Green Party presidential candidate, Jill Stein, as a way to weaken and break the two party system.