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Most people who are drawn to third party candidates in the presidential election aren't sold on their choice, making these voters wild cards in an already unpredictable contest.
A new Gallup poll shows nearly 6 in 10 Americans would like to see a third major party in American politics. What people don't appear to want, though, is the actual third-party candidates who are running in 2016.
Alfred Olango, the unarmed black man shot and killed by police in a suburb of San Diego, will be remembered in a demonstration Saturday organized by clergy members and supporters of Olango's family.
In West Virginia, the Democrat running for governor has defended the coal industry while decrying his party's presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.
The Associated Press-GfK poll on third party voters and the presidential race. was conducted by GfK Public Affairs and Corporate Communications Sept. 15-19. It is…
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