Third-party candidates hoped to capitalize on the expanded political divide this election. But as Hunt Wasden reports, that support didn't happen in North Carolina.
Nearly 70 percent of voters say Republicans and Democrats fail to adequately represent the American people. One group is trying to help elect more unaffiliated candidates.
The debates will be Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump — without Jill Stein or Gary Johnson — despite high levels of voter dissatisfaction with the presidential choices.
"I will feel horrible if Donald Trump is elected, I will feel horrible if Hillary Clinton is elected," says Green Party candidate Jill Stein. She says the two big parties lock out other voices.
Some Republicans who won't support Donald Trump as the party's presidential nominee are calling for a conservative third-party candidate. Getting one on the ballot, though, is a complicated process.