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What to watch at the Libertarian town hall


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Libertarian town hall: What to watch - CNNPolitics.com

(CNN)The year is 2016, and a third party is going to prime time.The Libertarian presidential candidate, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, and his running mate, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, will face voters Wednesday evening in a town hall live on CNN.

The 9 p.m. event moderated by CNN's Chris Cuomo marks one of the highest-profile moments in the Libertarian Party's history, thanks to Donald Trump, whose victory in the GOP presidential primary has some conservatives and moderates alike looking elsewhere for an alternative to both Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.


Who's gonna watch it?

Me, for sure. Hillary and Trump are in the 30s, with Gary in the 10s, but if he gets enough attention he might make a splash. I sure hope so. Problem is, no one knows who he is!

... Hillary... and Trump are in the 30s? 30s... what?
I haven't watched all of it, but I'm a bit concerned. I've been a Johnson supporter for a while now but after watching tonight I think their ticket would be stronger if Johnson and Weld switched places.
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