Monday & Tuesday: Throw debate-watching parties for the real debates!
October 20, 2012 - 4:00am
This coming Monday and Tuesday evening, Jill Stein will take part in two real debates -- that's what we call debates that invite all the national ballot-qualified presidential candidates. And who is moderating these debates? Larry King. Amy Goodman. Thom Hartmann. And more!
Can you hold a debate-watching party to introduce your friends and family to Jill Stein and the Green New Deal? If so, let us know that:
"Yes, I want to help - contact me about holding a debate-watching party!"
In the real debates, Jill Stein will be talking about the issues neglected in the CPD debates - like climate change, civil liberties, drone warfare, drug policy, and the student loan debt, to name just a few. Read on for the details:
Monday Oct. 22: Democracy Now!'s expanded online presidential debate where Jill Stein will respond in real time to the same questions as Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Click here for more details.
Tuesday Oct. 23: Broadcast live on Al Jazeera and on the web, Free & Equal's live online debate with Jill Stein and presidential candidates Gary Johnson (LP), Rocky Anderson (JP), and Virgil Goode (CP), with host Larry King accepting debate questions in advance on Reddit. Click here for more details.
Holding a party is a fantastic way to introduce your friends to the most visionary campaign of 2012 - and have a great time doing it.
We'll give you everything you need to organize a successful party at your house, neighborhood bar, community center, local coffee shop, or whatever your favorite meeting spot is.
Volunteer now to hold a debate-watching party for Jill Stein.
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Thanks for all you do - together we are bringing real democracy to America!
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