Third-party debate (Johnson, Stein, Goode, Anderson) tonight (Sunday) at 7:30 pm Eastern Busboys and Poets.
The debate will be moderated by Ralph Nader, and will focus on subjects and issues that have largely been ignored or avoided, as they are too controversial, by the 2012 Republican and Democratic presidential candidates.
Not clear whether it’s being live-streamed, but they do have a live-stream option on the site.
Final Presidential debate (Johnson and Stein) will be tomorrow (Monday) at 9 pm Eastern through Free and Equal
Free and Equal is proud to host the final US presidential debate between Libertarian Party candidate Gov. Gary Johnson and the Green Party’s Jill Stein. The two will go head-to-head and discuss foreign policy live from RT’s Washington, DC studio on Monday, November 5th. Voters can catch the show-down live on at FreeandEqual.org/live or on Voice of Russia at 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time.
You can submit a question at the site if you wish.
Gary Johnson’s Closing Statement in Ohio: “Vote for the Person You Believe in”
Predictions by Intrade on referenda (as of the time of this post):
- Colorado Marijuana legalization: 72%
- Washington Marijuana legalization: 87.5%
- Oregon Measure 80: 20%
Remember that this is market-based prediction, not polling data.
Latest poll in Washington
53 percent say they support Initiative 502, while 44 percent remain opposed to the proposal, according to the poll.
The U.S. Votes for Change – a nice overview of the three main marijuana initiatives in the U.S. from our Transform friends in the UK.
Hit Mexico’s Cartels with Legalization – NY Times
Of course, residents of Colorado and Washington will have many valid local reasons to make their choices. But on the issue of organized crime, the underlying fact should be clear: Legal marijuana will take away dollars that pay for assassins and redirect them to small businesses and government coffers.
Meet the Three Coloradans Who May Legalize Marijuana – at Boston.com