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demand that all 2015/2016 presidential debates be made available to ALL interested citizens via national broadcast channels!

This is the first Presidential Election whose debates are not allowed to be seen by ALL of its citizens.

Cable outlets are grossly discriminating against "cord-cutters" to boost their ratings and advertising revenues by prohibiting same-day viewing of the presidential candidates' participation in the scheduled 2015/2016 debates without an active cable subscription.

All citizens should have the right to view the televised debates without being forced to pay for a cable subscription!

Stop the debate sponsors from denying the freedom to view the 2015/2016 scheduled debates. It should never be a "pay to play" right of the voting public!

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