Third parties work for their candidates’ inclusion in 2016 debates

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Meanwhile, Mr. Nader’s effort to get 21 cities to bid for debates is percolating. He has released lists of support from leaders in Oregon, Salt Lake City and Washington, D.C.

D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray even signed a letter last year saying his city would be happy to host one of the 21 proposed debates — though a spokeswoman for the mayor said he hasn’t taken any action beyond that.

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