NEW YORK, Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- QallOut.com, a first of its kind live video debating platform, offered a USD 10,000 donation to the Green and Libertarian Parties, or to charities of their choice, to host a live presidential debate between Dr. Jill Stein and Governor Gary Johnson. In an email response to QallOut on October 8, Jill Stein's campaign confirmed their willingness to collaborate and asked QallOut to speak with the Johnson campaign directly.
"People here in America and abroad are yearning to watch a presidential debate that is commensurate with the position at stake" says Yazan Madanat, Co-Founder & CEO of QallOut. "Unfortunately, the debates between Secretary Clinton and Mr. Trump were largely plagued by personal accusations and lacked depth over important issues. Presidential debates are supposed to epitomize civil discourse, so why don't we hear it from other candidates while we still can".
Video debates on QallOut are self-moderated and seamless to setup, so both candidates should be able to fit a QallOut debate into their busy schedules wherever they are. Debate opponents can login from different locations and broadcast their head-2-head video debate to a live audience, as they exchange speaking turns over allotted time slots. The audience can vote and submit questions in real-time for the opponents to tackle over the course of the debate, similar to a Town Hall format. Recent debaters on QallOut include Mr. Nicholas Sarwark, Chairman of the Libertarian National Committee, who debated marijuana legalization in Arizona.
"This would be the first online debate in history between presidential candidate-one that would resonate with young voters. We hope those who share our passion will spread the word in order to get both candidates to accept".
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