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Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson (L) and Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein during a debate hosted by the Free and Equal Elections Foundation and moderated by former CNN talk-show host Larry King on Oct. 23, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois.
A third-party presidential debate between Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein took place Monday, and you can watch the archived video below.
The debate was originally scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 30, but was delayed due to Superstorm Sandy.
The participants in this debate were decided after Free and Equal's previous debate, with online voting to decide which of the four participants in that debate would advance. Johnson won that round of voting almost two to one over Stein, while she received almost four times as many votes as Rocky Anderson.
Johnson and Stein both appear on the California ballot, while Anderson and the other participant in the first debate, Virgil Goode, do not. The other candidates on the California ballot are Peace and Freedom candidate Roseanne Barr and American Independent candidate Thomas Hoefling.
The political correspondents on a pre-show included USC Provost Ph.D. fellow Maytha Alhassen, talk radio hosts Thom Hartmann and Sam Seder, journalist Amber Lyon and Reason magazine editor Matt Welch.
Ralph Nader moderated another third-party debate on Sunday, which you can watch here.