third-party candidates

You may not have heard of the Democratic Socialists of America, but the group is attracting a lot of young political talent.
The former CIA operative sits down with host Alyona Minkovski in Utah, where he hopes to win its six electoral votes, which could jeopardize Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's 270 votes needed to win the presidency.
Even if your voice is small, you still have a right to speak.
Some of these Nader voters now work for the Democratic Party -- and deeply regret their 2000 vote.
Most voters now say they've heard of Gary Johnson and Jill Stein.
The thing is, the argument that the Democrats are the only actual alternative voters have to Trump -- that the status quo cannot be radically improved and that incremental change is all that is possible -- is one that many people cannot afford.
In the coming weeks, we need to generate a debate about the debates -- who controls them and which candidates are included.
Dissatisfied voters are looking for alternatives beyond Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's unpopularity is causing voters to turn to alternatives.
In a new HuffPost/YouGov poll, most voters say they've never heard of the candidate, let alone his positions.