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New York Times: Party Strains to Be Heard Now That Its Voice Isn’t Nader’s

BOSTON — Jill Stein, presumptive nominee of the Green Party, is probably the only candidate on the campaign trail who spends an hour a day cooking her own organic meals — and who was, not too long ago, the lead singer of a folksy rock band.

But her difference does not end there. When Dr. Stein, a former physician, is introduced on the trail as “Jill Stein for president,” she is also very likely the only candidate to be asked, “For president of what?”

That’s what Keith Brockenberry, a cook, wanted to know at a meet-and-greet in Roxbury last week. After one of Dr. Stein’s supporters clarified, “for president of the United States,” Mr. Brockenberry seemed both taken aback and delighted.

 

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Green Party’s Jill Stein Names VP Pick

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein announced her vice presidential choice on Wednesday, naming Cheri Honkala, an anti-poverty advocate from Philadelphia and national coordinator for the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign.

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In These Times: The Season of Electoral Angst

Every four years, the election season finds many on the Left agonizing over whether to make a pragmatic choice and vote for the better of the two major candidates or to vote for the person that most closely matches their political principles—regardless of that campaign's relevancy.

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Huffington Post: Dr. Stein's "Political Medicine"

"For us it is the Democrats that are the party of workers, of the poor, of the weak and the victimized," wrote Thomas Frank of liberals in his celebrated analysis of working-class conservatism.

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Portland Occupier: We Need A Third Option

I have a radical proposal for Occupiers: let’s support a Presidential candidate.

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Highland Community News: Stein clinches nomination with big wins in California, Michigan, Florida, Iowa

The Green Party's Jill Stein has clinched her party’s presidential nomination after celebrating a major victory in yesterday’s California primary,

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Washington Post: Massachusetts physician Jill Stein says she has enough delegates for Green Party nomination

MADISON, Wis. — A medical doctor who once challenged Mitt Romney for governor of Massachusetts says she has enough delegates to win the Green Party’s presidential nomination.

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CNN: Candidate talks 'Green New Deal'

Green Party candidate Dr. Jill Stein talks about her plan to fix many of the problems in the U.S.

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CNN Newsroom: Dr. Stein speaks about her Green New Deal for America

Dr. Stein speaks to CNN Newsroom during her visit to Michigan in support of Occupy actions and meeting with supporters in the Great Lake State.

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Women's Spaces: Guest Dr. Jill Stein on 2012 Green Party Presidential Candidacy

Women's Spaces Show with Guest Dr. Jill Stein who discusses her 2012 Green Party Presidential Candidacy with host Elaine B. Holtz

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