By Tiffany Holland
Former vice presidential candidate and retired U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman visited Roanoke College on Wednesday night to discuss the partisan politics of Congress, which he feels are detrimental to the country and said the country needs more strong third-party candidates.
He also said there should be a “strong emergence of a third party in this country.”
He acknowledges that third-party candidates usually do not succeed, but they can leave a lasting effect on a race. He cited Ross Perot’s failed presidential bid as an example.
Read the full article here.