Re "Do your duty: Exercise your right to vote" (Opinion, Oct. 23):
How can "young and minority voters" voice our concerns and make critical decisions about our country's future, when the popular presidential candidates represent two sides of the same coin? Yes, there are some differences between the Republican and Democratic party platforms mostly human-interest topics, such as gay marriage, women's rights, and health care.
But what about Jill Stein, presidential candidate for Green Party? What about Rocky Anderson of Justice Party, or Gary Johnson of Libertarian Party? These candidates more accurately reflect the diversity of our country's voices. Yet television and print news never discuss these candidates' platforms with as much zeal as those of Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.