Comment: Actually

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Even if the 3rd party vote is split across 10 candidates, the message is clear that the 2 major parties are not sufficient to represent the American people.

The idea--at least this go-round-- is not to get one of the 3rd party candidates elected, although that would be nice. The idea is that every vote for a 3rd party candidate is a vote against the status quo. The true pragmatic thing to do is to vote 3rd party. Otherwise, you will always get "more of the same."