Here are two news stories on whether Evan McMullin will attempt to build a new political party after the election over. Here is Yahoo News and here is BuzzFeed. Thanks to Political Wire for both links.
On October 25, WJZ-TV hosted a U.S. Senate debate for the Democratic and Republican nominees for U.S. Senate in Maryland. Three candidates are on the ballot, a Democrat, Green, and Republican, but the only two candidates invited to debate were the Democratic and Republican nominees. The sponsor said only candidates who were at 15% were invited. However, no poll for the U.S. Senate race in Maryland has been taken during October that asked voters to choose among the three ballot-listed candidates.
Here is a story about the protest carried out by Margaret Flowers, the Green nominee. The debate was taped and has not been aired on television yet. It will be aired the evening of October 26, but it is extremely likely that the first 20 minutes will be edited out.
Here is a newspaper story about the presidential debate held October 25 between Darrell Castle, Rocky De La Fuente, and Gloria La Riva.
The South Dakota Secretary of State has released the final registration totals. See the current figures here.
In February 2016, totals were: Republican 238,222; Democratic 167,064; independent and other 107,493; Libertarian 1,415; Constitution 529.
Between February and the current tally, Republicans have increased 5.63%; Democrats have increased 2.00%; independents and others have increased 10.58%; Libertarians have increased 13.14%; Constitution has decreased 5.10%.
On October 25, a local PBS station sponsored a debate for candidates for U.S. House, in New York’s 21st district. All three candidates participated. See this story.
On October 25, a debate was held for candidates running for U.S. House, Connecticut 2nd district. All four ballot-listed candidates participated. The sponsors were The Day, a Connecticut newspaper that consistently supports equality for all political parties, and Connecticut College. See this story.