Jill Stein Sets Green Party Ballot Access Record

(Via Green Party)

As of September 7, 2016, we are on the ballot in 44 states and the District of Columbia, with voters in another 3 states able to write-in. We’re waiting for Rhode Island to certify our petitions. If successful, that will mean the Stein / Baraka ticket will be on the ballot in 48 states including the District of Columbia.  The record was held by Ralph Nader when he ran on the Green Party ticket in 2000 with 43 states.

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6 responses to “Jill Stein Sets Green Party Ballot Access Record

  1. Good for them.

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  2. We NEED a Stein!!!

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  3. Is she going to be on the ballot in Guam? In 1980 Libertarian Presidential candidate Ed Clark besides being on the ballot in all 50 states and DC was also on the ballot in Guam.

    She does deserve applause for being on the ballot in so many states.

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  4. 2016 is the year for third party

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  5. Guam, along with all U.S. territories, can vote in the primary election only. The general election casts electoral votes from 50 states plus D.C. The territories are NOT eligible to vote in the general election. The U.S. Constitution specifies this election law.

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  6. The problem is the three states in red! Those are high rate Native American population states, the same people pushing for her the most! So that’s a lot of votes she’ll be loosing just because they won’t allow her on the ballot! She really needs those three states! I’m in Indiana a write in state, but it’s better than nothing!

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