Dr. Jill Stein secures Green Presidential nomination, rises to 5% in national poll

June 15, 2016 The Jill Stein for President campaign announced today that Dr. Jill Stein has secured enough delegates to win the Green Party’s Presidential nomination at the party’s upcoming national convention. After a week in which she won the majority of Green delegates in California, New York, and Maryland, Dr. Stein has the support of 203 delegates, enough to win the nomination on the first ballot at the Green Party’s Presidential Nominating Convention in Houston August 4-7. The nomination is not official until then. Dr. Stein said that a June 12 NBC poll showing her at 5% nationally, up from 2% in a PPP poll in mid-May, was an unmistakable sign that her campaign was gaining momentum. “With a tiny fraction of the money and free media attention available to Clinton and Trump, we’ve earned the support of millions of Americans and we’re growing fast,” said Stein. Continue reading

Dr. Jill Stein's statement on Orlando mass shooting

Jill Stein, presumptive Green Party Presidential candidate, released the following statement about the recent mass shooting in Orlando: Martin Luther King Jr said that peace is not the lack of violence. It's the presence of justice. Continue reading

Media Advisory: Jill Stein to visit Capital Region of NY

Dr Jill Stein will make a number of appearances this weekend in the Capital Region of New York. She will be a guest on Democracy Now! on Thursday morning. Continue reading

Stein Vows Legal challenge to State of Arizona efforts to keep Green Party off the ballot

Jill Stein, who is seeking the Green Party nomination for President, said her campaign would sue the State of Arizona if they fail to put the Green Party on the ballot this November. Continue reading

Green Party Presidential Hopeful Jill Stein Wants to Let OC Know She'll Keep the Revolution Going

OC WeeklyBy Gabriel San RomanJune 6, 2016 Bernie Sanders ain't the only Jewish candidate and Hillary Clinton ain't the only woman running for President of these United States. Dr. Jill Stein is gearing up to represent the Green Party in the race like she did in 2012. The Harvard Medical School graduate is a practicing physician who has a diagnosis for what's politically ailing America: the two-party system. Continue reading

Climate Action, Full Employment, End to Police Violence

(San Francisco) Jill Stein, who is seeking the Green Party nomination for President, campaigned today in San Francisco on the Green New Deal, an end to police violence and mass incarceration, and affordable housing. Stein wants the U.S. to transition to 100% renewable energy by 2030, creating full employment and a Just Transition through investments in offshore wind, solar and energy conservation. Stein says it is time to end all investments in fossil fuels and has long supported a ban on fracking and the use of natural gas. She criticized the recent decision by the Obama administration to open up waters offshore from California to fracking. Continue reading

An Open Letter from Jill Stein to California Voters

All Hands on Deck! Two Ways To Build The Revolution in the CA Primary Vote for Me if You’re Registered Green - Vote for Bernie if You’re Independent or a Democrat California voters have a chance to put us on the road to revolutionary change in the June 7 primary. At this historic moment, as voters reject the Clinton and Trump campaigns with record high levels of dislike and mistrust, I ask not just for your vote for me, but also for your vote for Bernie. These votes are powerfully synergistic as we build an historic grassroots movement and a political vehicle to carry it forward. Continue reading

Statement by Jill Stein for President on the Killing of Harambe in Cincinnati

The killing of Harambe at the Cincinnati Zoo highlights the need to adopt stronger legal protections for the rights of animals. Continue reading

Memorial Day: Honor Those who Have Sacrificed for Our County, Commit to Peace

Memorial Day is a day to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of their country. Continue reading

Stein Says US Owes Japan an Apology for Nuke Attack, More Important is Commitment to Disarm

Jill Stein, who is seeking the Green Party nomination for President, said that President Obama should apologize during his trip to Hiroshima for the use of nuclear weapons against Japan by pledging nuclear disarmament. Continue reading