Jill Stein, the Green presidential nominee and a Lexington resident, was arrested at the second presidential debate Tuesday.
Massachusetts resident and Green Party Presidential candidate Jill Stein is full steam ahead.
A doctor who ran against Mitt Romney for Massachusetts governor a decade ago won the chance to challenge him again on Saturday, this time as the Green Party’s presidential nominee.
It’s standing room only for people on the “right” of BHO….Republicans from far and wide ready to attack the socialism-inclined President for his leftist leadership in this country. But there’s a new candidate on the scene……as of today…10/24/11…Jill Stein is running for President of the United States and she”s going after the big-guy…..from the left.
Jill Stein is seeking the Green Party’s nomination for president, vowing to challenge President Barack Obama from the left on jobs, foreclosures and health care.
Massachusetts resident Jill Stein of Lexington is planning to announce Monday that she will seek the presidential nomination of the Green Party.
Their candidate for governor may have placed a distant fourth, but the Green-Rainbow Party is still hoping to be a viable alternative to Democrats and Republicans in Massachusetts.
Gov. Deval Patrick will stay in office for four more years.
The candidates for governor are in a final search for pivotal votes on the eve of Election Day.
We finish off our Midterm Election Eve coverage with Green Rainbow party candidate for governor Jill Stein.