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Why are third party candidates able to speak their minds on issues more so than their peers in the two major parties? a. They are looking for more attention then the major parties. c. They don't have
to be middle of the road to appeal to a wide range of voters. b. They are wanting two very different issues. d. They don't have the same passion for the topic.
Why are third party candidates able to speak their minds on issues more so than their peers in the two major parties? c. They don't have to be middle of the road to appeal to a wide range of voters.
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