October 18, 2012
Free and Equal
Elections Foundation Announces Political Correspondents for 2012
October 17, 2012
Larry King to Moderate Third-Party
September 27, 2012
Confirmed for the 2012 Presidential Debate Hosted by Free and Equal
Political Spectrum Join the Cause for Open, Fair
Free and Equal Elections Foundation announced today that four
candidates have confirmed their participation in the 2012 Presidential
Debate at the University Club of Chicago on October 23: Libertarian
Party candidate Gary Johnson, Green Party candidate Jill Stein,
Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode, and Justice Party candidate
This debate is the only 2012 Presidential Debate featuring four
candidates. The top six candidates were invited to participate.
Democratic Party candidate and incumbent Barack Obama and Republican
Party candidate Mitt Romney are welcome to participate in this historic
debate. The moderator will be announced shortly.
“The four candidates participating represent a nice balance of right
and left leaning candidates,” stated Christina Tobin, chair of Free and
Equal. “This debate will cover the real issues facing our country such
as foreign policy, the economy, and civil rights, rather than topics
that further divide us.”
Free and Equal’s 2012 Presidential Debate sponsors span the political
spectrum of grassroots organizations and media who are uniting to solve
our nation’s problems. Current sponsors include The Josh Tolley Show,
Ballot Access News, Muslims for Liberty, National Constitution Party,
The Justice Party, Blue Republicans, Restore the Republic, Re-Tea
Party, Free the Vote NC, We the People, Grassroots for Liberty, and New
The debate will be broadcast online at www.freeandequal.org. Several
additional live feeds will be announced shortly as Free & Equal
finalizes its media sponsors.
September 19, 2012
Free & Equal
Announces Presidential Debate
Truly Open Forum
for All Candidates
CHICAGO, IL - Free & Equal Elections
Foundation announced their hosting of the 2012 Presidential
Debate today. The debate will be held at 8:00pm CST at University Club of Chicago in Chicago on Tuesday, October
23rd. Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode and
candidate Jill Steinhave
candidate Barack Obama and
candidate Mitt Romney have
this important debate.
national attention in 2008, when it hosted the only Presidential debate
in the country in which every candidate whom had ballot access in
enough states to become President was invited.
Both Ralph Nader and Chuck Baldwin participated in 2008, and Free &
Equal is seeking to increase that number for the 2012 election. The
debate made history, being the first and only all-inclusive, nationally
televised debate on C-SPAN2.
To have received an invitation
to the Presidential debate on October 23rd, a candidate must meet one
of two requirements. Either they must be on the ballot in enough states
to be viably electable, or they must receive 1% or greater
in a national poll.
Free & Equal will announce
the debate moderator and live web feed access prior to the debate.
The Free & Equal debate
will feature a large group of sponsors including the Josh Tolley Radio Show, Restore the Republic, Ballot Access News, Re-Tea Party, Free the Vote NC, We The People, and Blue Republicans. Additional sponsors will be
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