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Presidential Debate Committee "PDC" USA Presidential & Vice Presidential Candidates (Page Under Construction)
Click to get the voting records of the presidential debate committee members from 2013-2016.
Names Nominated In Order of Their Rankings Based on Their Own Votes From 2012
Max Abramson [Libertarian] for President
Captain David Frey [Independent] for President
Fred Donald Dickson Jr. [Unaffiliated] for President
Parker Louis Seely [Conservative libertarian Independent] for President
Don J. Grundmann [Constitution] for President
Alex Jones [Libertarian] for President
Ron Paul [Republican] for President
Jayson Keniston [Ozark] for President
Misha Bogatirev [Environmentalist] for President
J.R. Myers [Constituion] for President
Vanessa Davis [Defender of the Republic] for President
Ernest Wells [Communist] for President
The PDC's Elected Debate Rules
The Moderator names the candidate to speak.
The Moderator asks a question and names the candidate
to answer and the same question is asked of each candidate.
Rotation of Candidates with questions: Opening statement
candidate A gives their opening followed by candidate B,
candidate C and candidate D. The next question is first
answered by candidate B, candidate C, candidate D and then
candidate A. The next question is asked of candidate C,
candidate D, candidate A and lastly candidate B. The next
question first asked of candidate D, candidate A, candidate B
and then lastly candidate C.
Then back to the beginning and so forth.
Each Candidate gets ONE minute to introduce themselves.
The Candidate gets approximately 30 seconds to answer and
at the 30 second mark the moderator shall say the word: time.
If a speaker is finished before their time is up, they
should end by saying thank you.
Those not elected as our president and vice president unity
ticket will be first in line for the full support for their campaigns
for whatever federal office they choose to run in their state.
If the unity ticket is excluded from uniting after the
various party's conventions, then an alternative plan of action
will be as follows; those that would like to continue the unity
ticket will do so through a write-in campaign.
The unity coalition agrees that we need to elect a president
and vice president from the elected members/presidential candidates
of the presidential debate committee.
Our goal is to elect a unity ticket from amongst the presidentail
candidates elected to the presidential debate committee.
Candidates must be respectful towards each other.