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Is 2016 The Year A Third-Party Candidate Wins The White House?

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are two of the most hated presidential candidates in recent history, and an increasing number of voters are turning to third-party candidates for a choice they can live with. It would be a rare and difficult feat for a third-party candidate to win the White House, but it’s far from... Read more » Is 2016 The Year A Third-Party Candidate Wins The White Ho
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