It’s coming closer to election time and it’s hard to shake the feeling that something crazy or unprecedented could happen in the coming months. However, regardless of what happens, for better or worse, the Libertarians and Greens will likely leave their stamp on this election. Hopefully it’s one that ends up being a net positive for the future. Below is a cheat sheet on these third party presidential candidates.
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For the first time in almost 20 years, the third party candidates – Gary Johnson (Libertarian) and Jill Stein (Green) – are getting attention across the board from the millennial crowd (where they garner around 40% of voter support) to the general electorate (where average poll numbers are more muted with Johnson averaging 9% and Stein 3%). Regardless of how Johnson and Stein fare, however, this year could symbolize a resurgence for third-party candidates in the national conversation.
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