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U.S. Senate Candidate Steven Machat Is Leading The Charge For Open Debates

Image provided by the candidate for this purpose U.S. Senate candidate Steven Machat (I-FL) will definitely be on the ballot in Florida Nov. 8th, but, because of establishment partisanship and media collusion, Floridians might not know who he is or where he stands on the issues before then. Mr. Machat as well as four other non-party affiliated (NPA) candidates who qualified for ballot access are currently being barred from appearing on the debate stage with their Democratic and Republican rivals.
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