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MintPress News profiles Maryland Green Senate candidate Flowers

Maryland Green Party U.S. Senate nominee Margaret Flowers was profiled by MintPress News. Flowers said that while she is “supportive of the Green Party’s national agenda,” she “is primarily focused on building local political power.” Flowers said, “It’s really organizing… Continue Reading

MintPress News profiles Maryland Green Senate candidate Flowers

Maryland Green Party U.S. Senate nominee Margaret Flowers was profiled by MintPress News. Flowers said that while she is “supportive of the Green Party’s national agenda,” she “is primarily focused on building local political power.” Flowers said, “It’s really organizing… Continue Reading

Baltimore City Paper: Green mayoral candidate could “offer up a challenge”

Baltimore City Paper writes that Green Party mayoral candidate Joshua Harris “could possibly offer up a challenge” to Democratic nominee Catherine Pugh. City Paper calls Harris “a strong, thoughtful candidate and much-loved by the city’s grassroots activists, and organizers and… Continue Reading

MintPress News interviews Colorado “rebel candidate” Menconi

Colorado Green U.S. Senate candidate Arn Menconi was interviewed by MintPress News about his campaign. On its website, MintPress News says the “rebel candidate” may be “exactly what’s needed to ‘make America great again.’ His track record of radical action… Continue Reading

Wisconsin columnist: Voting third party this year “might feel downright refreshing”

In his Wisconsin State Journal column, Chris Rickert looks at the 2016 presidential campaign from the perspective of “long-ignored third parties.” Rickert spoke with Dave Schwab, “a member of the state Green Party coordinating council who works for Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein,” who “reports ‘already seeing surging interest in the Green Party this […]

Stein interviewed by India’s Frontline

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was interviewed by Frontline, a magazine published by India’s The Hindu. The publication writes that Stein’s “message is utterly at odds with those” of Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, and their parties, “nut her views are rarely heard in the U.S. largely because of the media […]

Stein speaks at University of Illinois

The University of Illinois Daily Illini reports on Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein’s Wednesday night speech at the university. Stein, “the Green Party’s leading candidate for the 2016 presidential election,” is “the only presidential candidate to visit the University this election cycle.” She said “she believes is that massive changes need to be made […]

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