Meet The Candidates

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Declared Candidates will be placed on this and subsequent pages as a directory leading to the Candidate Landing Page, which will include a bio, provided by the candidate's Campaign Team, their standing in the Tourney by the three categories for the Debates, links to their chatrooms, Podcasts, which we anticipate will spill over onto their own linked site.   

If you ask a question to a specific candidate to their Landing Page, which you can find in this directory.

Candidates are listed by the date of the Declaration of Candidacy for the Debate Tourney.  The directory is alphabetic to simplify finding them.  Their Date of Registration with the Debate Tourney is listed there. The sequence of the debate will be alphabetical after Registration and that date is posted on their Landing Page.  Adjustments will be made for broadcast logistics and distribution pricing preferences of the candidates.   Debates do not take into account any party affiliation of the candidate. 

Intra-Party Debates, or Intra-Debates for other groupings, including Independent and Refuse to State, can be arranged.   Contact us and we will try to accommodate you.

Find Out the Latest on the 940 candidates in the running today.  It is all there, Names, Affiliations, Contact Information and more.   

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What a Landing Page will look like, but with many more candidates.  

Would you like to see your candidate here?  

All of those 'Big 30 Democratic Candidates' received an invitation to participate in Debate Tourney.  Biden received one.  So did Trump. 

Either they ignored the opportunity to have any interaction with you, a voter, or the offer was blocked by someone on their 'Team', very likely their Media Consultant.  Let me explain the several schemes carried out in  1992, which appear to be standard practices for controlling the outcome of presidential elections.  

George H. W. Bush went down to flaming defeat because he, or his campaign staff,  ignored our offer for Interaction and satellite TV.  Eventually, sometime around Christmas 1992, he realized what had happened.  Because it has always been the Bush Family plan to have Baby Bush (W) follow in the paternal footsteps, H.W. called on a long-time associate, Etienne d'Avignon , at that time head of the Bilderbergers, to arrange to buy out Keystone Satellite Communications, who had offered our esteemed founder, Brock d'Avignon, loss-leader satellite time to demonstrate how powerful Interactive TV could be.  

​Keystone was then valued at $10M.  France telecom paid $100M.  Price was no object when controlling America's presidency was the goal. 

H. W. Bush appointed a reliable GOP Party Hack Haley Barbour   Chairman of the Republican National Committee.  Barbour let all GOP presidential candidates know they were not permitted to use satellite TV or Phone Voter TV Network (PVN)  services.   Since this was an order from H. W., further steps were taken to ensure no incumbent GOP president would get in the way when Baby Bush (W) ran in 2000.   

The most charismatic and likely GOP nominee in 1996 was Senator Lamar Alexander .  Direct action was taken to ensure he did not hear about PhoneVoter's offer for satellite, with their new partner, and Interaction.  A Bush agent, Mike Murphy, was planted in the Alexander Campaign as Media Consultant.    See the Full Story  

And to tie up loose ends, Bush made sure Dole, the Dull, was the GOP nominee and placed Jack Kemp as VP nominee to make the deal palatable to Conservatives still twitching in the Party.  

In 1993 the Self-Commission for Presidential Debates was established unilaterally by the Democratic and Republican Parties to ensure the Perot Event would not happen again.  

In 2000 it was the John McCain Campaign which was infested by Mike Murphy.  Murphy prevented McCain from earning about PhoneVoter.  McCain first saw the proposal when Brock d'Avignon handed it to him as he stood outside his Straight Talk Bush, waiting to concede in California in June 2000.  Cindy, standing there reading the plan with her husband, exclaimed, "John, we would have won with this!"  The McCain Story


Candidates have their own landing page on the Tourney site with information on their stands, the schedule for their Debates, PhoneVoter votes, and a link to their campaign site.  Candidates are listed by seniority, meaning when they sign up.