Race May Hinge on Third Party Candidates

Bloomberg: “Virgil Goode, an anti-immigration southerner, and Gary Johnson, a pro-marijuana southwesterner, have little in common, save one thing: They both are seeking to shake up the American presidential race as third-party candidates.”

“While they have no chance to win the Nov. 6 election, the tight race between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney may create the right circumstances for one of them — or both — to pull just enough votes in a key state to sway the contest.”
Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire

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