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CCD Director writes on importance of range of viewpoints in the democratic process

CCD director Theresa Amato writes in the Washington Post that Rep. Michele Bachman’s performance in the first Republican debate of the 2012 primary season “offers tangible evidence of the importance of an open debate that lets voters hear from a wide field of candidates with a genuine variety of viewpoints, without self-appointed gatekeepers—be they media hosts or the Commission on Presidential Debates—who artificially narrow debate participation.” Read the story here.

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