Libertarian Party presidential and vice presidential candidates Gary Johnson and Bill Weld, who are polling around 10 percent in the national polls that include them, participated in a CNN-hosted town hall Wednesday that introduced them to a national audience that's barely heard of them.
In a year in which the electorate dislikes the major candidates more than ever in history, Johnson and Weld had what might have been an historic opportunity. The discussion touched on the full complement of issues, from ISIS to healthcare to heroin. So how'd they do?
In the video above, Reason TV distills the discourse down to the three minutes you won't want to miss.