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Third-Party Vice Presidential Nominees, Left Out of the Debate, Turn to Social Media

The Green Party and the Libertarian Party, largely ignored by the mainstream media and barred from the debate stage, use Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and other internet platforms.
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