10-25-10: Beyond Donkeys and Elephants

October 22, 2010 at 1:24 pm 2 comments

In early October, the Green, Libertarian, and Constitution candidates for Maryland governor protested their exclusion from a televised debate between Republican Robert Ehrlich and Democratic incumbent Martin O’Malley.

Today, Sheilah brings all three into the studio to hear their take on the issues and discuss the atmosphere for third party candidates in the 2010 election. Joining Sheilah are Maria Allwine (Green Party), Eric Knowles (Constitution Party), and Susan Gaztañaga (Libertarian Party).

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