The Free and Equal Elections Foundation is presenting its final 2012 Presidential debate tonight, the day before Election Day. The debate will air from 9 to 10:30 pm EST. Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein will be debating. The stream is embedded here to watch.
The organization held a debate on October 23 in Chicago, which former CNN show host Larry King moderated. It included four candidates—Johnson, Stein, Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson and Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode. Voters decided after which two would participate in the debate tonight.
Pre-debate coverage begins at 8 pm EST. Thom Hartmann, who will be moderating the debate with Christina Tobin, will be one of the media correspondents appearing before the debate. Sam Seder, host of “Majority Report”; Amber Lyon, former CNN reporter; Maytha Alhassan, a fellow in American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California; and Matt Welch, editor-in-chief of Reason magazine, will all be participating in pre-debate coverage.
Free and Equal reports “eight international networks will broadcast the debate in countries including Switzerland, Sweden, Russia, Japan and the UK.” The debate will also stream live on Free Speech TV, Stitcher, Orion Radio Network, Reciva Internet Radio, Yes Magazine, NextNewsNetwork, RT America, and American Free Press.
I’ll be following the third party presidential debate. You can see tweets of statements that catch my attention at @kgosztola.