Quoted: Brendan Nyhan on What Third-Party Candidates Face


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“Any third-party candidate would face huge obstacles to securing a victory, including the overwhelming organizational advantages and voter loyalty enjoyed by the major parties, the winner-take-all nature of the Electoral College process, and the lack of true centrists of the sort that the former mayor might hope to win over,” says Assistant Professor of Government Brendan Nyhan in his latest post for the New York Times blog The Upshot.


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