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Stein open to “collaboration” with Sanders

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein’s tweets this week regarding a collaboration with Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders were covered by Boston.com, the website of The Boston Globe. The site said Stein “said she’s open to a ‘collaboration'” with Sanders, “though it doesn’t seem like the Vermont senator is currently interested. In a series […]

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 […]

Stein addresses “receptive audience” in Corvallis, Oregon

Oregon’s Corvallis Gazette-Times reports on Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein’s visit to the city, writing that Stein told “a receptive audience of about 100 people” Thursday evening that they should “quit voting for ‘the lesser evil’ and cast a ballot for genuine political change.” In an hour-long speech, Stein detailed “her platform, which is […]

Stein matching funds drive focuses on eight states

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein’s campaign is focusing on eight states in its matching funds drive. Stein must qualify for the funds by January 6 in order to start receiving them in February. The campaign is seeking financial support from backers in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Stein was […]

Boston Globe on Stein: “An American Campaigns for President in Paris”

The Boston Globe has a story on Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein’s attendance at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris under the headline “An American Campaigns for President in Paris”. The Globe writes that according to Stein, “it’s more ‘strategic’ to campaign halfway across the world than in her own backyard, […]

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