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Raymon Doane, Colorado Libertarian Candidate For US Senate

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Raymon Doane, Colorado Libertarian Candidate For US Senate, On The Record | Colorado Public Radio

As is typical, MSM isn't going to cover 3rd parties. We're not really part of their corporate ol' boys club, so mostly get snubbed. Which is a shame because I do think that with more exposure, people would find far more in common with the third party candidates and the third party would have greater influence.

Que sera sera
But Ramon Doane is running for US Senate in Colorado, and I think he has some good ideas and certainly isn't the Trump-Lover that Gardner is and doesn't come with the baggage Hickenlooper comes with. I solid option for CO voters.
 

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Raymon Doane, Colorado Libertarian Candidate For US Senate, On The Record | Colorado Public Radio

As is typical, MSM isn't going to cover 3rd parties. We're not really part of their corporate ol' boys club, so mostly get snubbed. Which is a shame because I do think that with more exposure, people would find far more in common with the third party candidates and the third party would have greater influence.

Que sera sera
But Ramon Doane is running for US Senate in Colorado, and I think he has some good ideas and certainly isn't the Trump-Lover that Gardner is and doesn't come with the baggage Hickenlooper comes with. I solid option for CO voters.

If we could go to a ranked system of voting, third parties would have significantly more potential then they do today. But, que sera sera, nobody listens to me.
 

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If we could go to a ranked system of voting, third parties would have significantly more potential then they do today. But, que sera sera, nobody listens to me.

No, I agree. But the Republocrats don't want a ranked system because it could cost them power. Plus Florida wouldn't know what to do.
 
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