Jill Stein sees opportunity in wake of Sanders movement

Vice, May 23, 2016 How the Green Party Is Cashing In on the Bernie Sanders Revolution by John Surico Continue reading

Jill Stein: Let's break free from fossil fuels

Jill Stein, May 19, 2016 I had an incredibly inspiring weekend, which I want to tell you all about. But first, some bad news: April 2016 was the hottest April on record - the 7th straight month to break global heat records, and the 3rd straight month to break them by record margins. Continue reading

Jill Stein interviewed by nation's fifth-largest newspaper

The New York Daily News, May 17, 2016 Green Party Presidential candidate Jill Stein slams the system, law-breaking Obama, “Frankenstein” Drumpf and “corporate” Hillary Clinton by Gersh Kuntzman Continue reading

Romper: Sanders supporters moving toward "anti-establishment" Stein

Romper, May 16, 2016 Why Are Bernie Sanders Supporters Voting For Jill Stein? She’s An Anti-Establishment Choice by Becky Bracken Continue reading

Howard University Television interviews Jill Stein

The Rock Newman Show on WHUT-TV, Howard University Television, in Washington, D.C., interviewed Jill Stein about her presidential campaign. The complete video runs 58 minutes. Continue reading

MintPress: Jill Stein and Green Party "set to break out"

MintPress News, May 11, 2016 Jill Stein And The Green Party Set To Break Out In 2016 by Aaron Posey Continue reading

Jill Stein campaigns in Maine

The Brunswick Times Record, May 10, 2016 Green Party candidate offers views Makes stop in Brunswick by Douglas McIntire Continue reading

Jill Stein tops Sanders on key progressive issues

Bustle, May 6, 2016 Jill Stein Versus Bernie Sanders on the Progressive Issues That Matter Most by Madhuri Sathish Continue reading

Writer says U.S. needs four parties

The Hill, May 5, 2016 America Needs Four Parties by Bernie Quigley On Fox News, the station that plays in the background where I work, a somewhat different spirit entered into their studio on Wednesday. In several touching moments, commentators and hosts paused to honor one another for the work they had done together this past year. This seemed a different day; something historic had happened and they were proud to have been part of it and proud of each other. After the Indiana GOP primary on Tuesday, it seemed the beginning of something. And it turned so quickly when Texas Sen. Ted Cruz left the race in the night. Something had ended, something had begun and Ohio Gov. John Kasich felt it as well by noon the next day, when he announced that he would also leave the race. The race to the Republican nomination was over; tycoon Donald Drumpf had won. Indeed, an awareness seemed to be setting in that his was a legitimate, new approach -- an awakening -- to governance in the new millennium; unbeholden to the past, unbeholden to anyone. The glass had been shattered. Continue reading

Vice: Jill Stein an alternative to Clinton and Trump

Vice, May 5, 2015 Here Are Some People You Can Vote for Not Named Drumpf or Clinton by Harry Cheadle Continue reading