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Trisha Collopy
by Trisha Collopy - Oct. 24, 2012
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Hassan El Bakri
by Hassan El Bakri - Oct. 25, 2012

This article shines some light on the under-covered third-party presidential candidates. The article sumarizes the final debate by recapping the main points brought up by the third-party candidates. The article does not seem to have any opinion present, but just reporting what was said and how the crowd reacted. The author does a good job of presenting just facts.

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