- Associated Press - Monday, March 7, 2016

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Five Libertarian candidates for president are set to participate in an online debate based in North Carolina a week before the state’s primary.

The Libertarian Party of North Carolina organized Monday night’s scheduled 90-minute debate, which will originate from Raleigh and be held through a Google video service for the candidates to participate remotely. The state Libertarian Party says the debate will be re-aired on the new North Carolina Channel, operated by UNC-TV.

Scheduled participants are Gary Johnson, Austin Petersen, Steven Kerbel, Darryl W. Perry and Jack Robinson. Eleven Libertarian presidential candidates are on North Carolina’s March 15 primary ballots. Those primary results are nonbinding on national convention delegates meeting in May to choose the party’s candidate.

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