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RFK Jr., Third-Party Candidates, and the Two-Party System

RFK Jr., Third-Party Candidates, and the Two-Party System

Update: 2024-03-29
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This year’s presidential election may be a rematch, but President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump aren’t the only options. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is running as an independent, and just this week announced his pick for vice president. Kennedy has never held public office before, and yet, his message seems to appeal to an unexpectedly large audience. Lee Drutman, senior fellow in the political reform program at New American, joins CNN Political Director David Chalian to talk about Kennedy’s campaign and how he and other third-party candidates influence American politics. 

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RFK Jr., Third-Party Candidates, and the Two-Party System

RFK Jr., Third-Party Candidates, and the Two-Party System

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