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Update on Other Green Party Presidential Candidates ahead of the National Convention

While physician Jill Stein is the presumptive Green Party presidential nominee after securing a total of 205 delegates with her victory in the California primary, four additional candidates with delegates that are still in the race hope to pull off an upset or claim the party’s vice-presidential nomination at the July 12-15 nominating convention in Baltimore.  … Read more ...

Green Party: Support Public Financing over Corporate Cash!

With the deadline for public matching funds fast approaching, the Green Party is making one final push to get their candidates to raise enough money.

The Supreme Court just made another ruling allowing unlimited corporate money into state and local elections. The justices had an opportunity to revisit the awful decision they made in Citizens United, but chose corporate greed over democracy for a second time.

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Jill Stein media coverage updates with links

While Jill Stein is still working on getting Federal Matching funds, some media outlets put out some articles with information regarding the campaign, ballot access, her views and the Green New Deal.

The Greens have voted on their nominee at a series of state primaries and caucuses. A total of four people have competed for the nomination, although not all of their names have appeared in every state primary or caucus.

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USA Today: Roseanne Barr not giving up Green Party campaign

Down but not out, comedian Roseanne Barr says she is still in the running for the Green Party presidential nomination despite the fact that her opponent appears to have locked up the race.

Party officials say that Jill Stein — a physician who ran against Mitt Romney for governor of Massachusetts as the Green Party candidate in 2002 – is the presumptive nominee, having secured a majority of the delegates to next month’s national convention in Baltimore.

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Third Party Primary Candidate Profiled by FoxNews

FoxNews.com is not exactly known for its friendliness towards third party or independent candidates. However, they published this extensive profile of several third party primary candidates who will be on the ballot in California. Amongst the candidates profiles are Green Party candidate Roseanne Barr, American Independent Party candidate Edward Noonan, and Socialist Party candidate Stewart Alexander.… Read more ...

Detailed Analysis of Green Party Primary Race

Over at Green Party Watch, they have published a very detailed report on the final leg of the race for the Green Party presidential nomination. Ronald Hardy clears up some of the numbers and highlights which states will actually be participating and where Barr’s strengths could be.

Given that Jill Stein has a 100 delegate lead in a contest that has a maximum of 400 delegates, is she now the presumptive nominee?

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Jill Stein Wins Minnesota, Mississippi, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Ties In Hawaii

Six conventions or caucuses were held in state Green Parties all over the United States on Saturday, May 19th, 2012. Jill Stein, the leading candidate for the Presidential nomination of the Green Party, won all of the contests except for Hawaii, Roseanne Barr’s homestate, where she tied with Barr.

Six state Green parties completed their presidential primaries on Saturday, and all six voted strongly for Dr.

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Willie Nelson Says He’ll Be Roseanne Barr’s VP, Then Takes It Back

On May 12th, Willie Nelson appears to have accepted a previous offer made by Roseanne Barr to be her Vice Presidential running-mate for the Green Party nomination. He tweeted, “I would be happy to run w u After thinking about it awhile it kept sounding better Are u still interested? Love, Willie”.… Read more ...

Stein Has Over 50% of Possible Green Party National Convention Delegates, Attention Turns to VP Selection

Jill Stein has been wracking up win after win in the Green Party primaries and caucuses. Now, she has won over 50% of the total number of national convention delegates, meaning she is the presumptive nominee. She has won more than 75% of the delegates apportioned thus far, Roseanne Barr is next with 14% of the delegates awarded thus far.… Read more ...

Jill Stein and Roseanne Barr, Candidates for Green Party Presidential Nomination, Debate in San Francisco

Ann Garrison at Fog City Journal via Ballot Access News:

KALW’s Rose Aguilar moderated a presidential debate held Saturday at the Victoria Theatre between Green Party presidential candidates Dr. Jill Stein and actress/comedienne Roseanne Barr. The world described by Stein and Barr bears little resemblance to that described by incumbent President Barack Obama and Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney.

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Green Party Primary Debate to Occur This Weekend in San Francisco

Richard Winger of Ballot Access News reports that there is a Green Party primary debate coming up this weekend in San Francisco:

The Green Party presidential candidates will debate each other in San Francisco on Saturday, May 12. The debate will include Roseanne Barr, Kent Mesplay, and Jill Stein. The location is the Victoria Theater at 2961 16th Street, at the corner of Mission.

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Jill Stein Has Secured Nearly 75% of Allocated Delegates to Green Party National Convention

Jill Stein is one of several Green Party presidential candidates vying for the party’s nomination. The nomination is mostly determined by pre-allocated delegates awarded for winning primaries in various states. Of the 129 delegates that have thus far been allocated, Jill Stein has captrued 96.5 of them, giving her 74.8% of the total thus far.… Read more ...