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George Farah, executive director of a non-partisan group calling for a non-partisan debate sponsor, critiqued the Commission on… read more
George Farah, executive director of a non-partisan group calling for a non-partisan debate sponsor, critiqued the Commission on Presidential Debates. He felt the Commission-sponsored debates reflect the partisan interests of the two major parties at the exclusion of third-party candidates. The Commission on Presidential Debates is paid for largely through cash and in-kind contributions. Mr. Farah responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. close
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