Category: Green Party Videos

Oct 30 2012

Honkala describes storm impact on Philly

Source: Jill Stein for President

Green Party vice presidential nominee Cheri Honkala arrives back in Philadelphia after two weeks on the campaign trail just in time to witness the impact of Hurricane Sandy on her hometown. Watch it now:



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Oct 29 2012

Jill Stein: Vote early!

Source: Jill Stein for President

Have you voted yet? Jill Stein voted on Friday in Massachusetts, and today six members of her campaign team voted in Wisconsin. (see photo of voting line at right and see video below).

It is still possible in many states to vote early and/or to vote absentee. We strongly urge you to cast your vote now. Make sure your vote is counted.

Find out more about how to vote early or absentee here: http://www.vote411.org/ Read more »

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Oct 25 2012

Lee Camp Interviews Jill Stein

Source: Independent Political Report



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Oct 23 2012

Third-party presidential candidates rail against Obama and Romney at debate (VIDEO)

Source: The Washington Post (via Ballot Access News)

CHICAGO — Away from the bright lights and fanfare of the just-completed presidential debates, four third-party White House hopefuls debated Tuesday night, coming from starkly different political perspectives, but uniting in agreement that neither Mitt Romney nor President Obama can solve the nation’s biggest problems.

A day after Obama and Romney debated for the final time, the long-shots took a turn. Here in a hotel Read more »

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Oct 23 2012

WATCH: Full Expanding the Debate Special on Foreign Policy Featuring Jill Stein, Rocky Anderson

Source: Democracy Now!



Watch our full three-and-a-half-hour “Expanding the Debate” special featuring Green Party Read more »

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Oct 19 2012

Gary Johnson and Jill Stein Talk Specifics in Online Debate

Source: Independent Voters Network (IVN)



Thanks to Gary Johnson and Jill Stein for participating in the world’s first ever online debate. The Read more »

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Oct 19 2012

Gary Johnson and Jill Stein Participate in On-Line Debate Sponsored by California Independent Voters Network

Source: Ballot Access News

On October 18, the California Independent Voters Network conducted an on-line debate between Gary Johnson and Jill Stein. Here is the transcript. The moderator was Steve Peace.

One of the ironies of CAIVN sponsoring this debate is that CAIVN works very hard to implement top-two systems. If any state, or the nation, used the top-two system for presidential elections, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein couldn’t be running for President in the general election season. Maybe this Read more »

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Oct 17 2012

Lee Camp: Why you don’t know a Presidential candidate was arrested

Source: Jill Stein for President

Lee Camp, a rising star comedian who opened for Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala at Monday night’s NYC Rally to Occupy the CPD, released this video after Stein and Honkala’s arrest at Tuesday’s presidential debate in Hempstead, NY.

“A Presidential Candidate was arrested last night AT THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE. And as if that’s not insane enough, it’s not even news?! Is that the kind of country you want to live in?” Read more »

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Oct 17 2012

Expanding the VP Debate: Third-Party Candidates Challenge Biden & Ryan on War, Economy, Healthcare

Source: Democracy Now! (via Ballot Access News)



Our “Expanding the Debate” special series continues as we open the discussion to include two Read more »

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Oct 16 2012

Jill Stein, Cheri Honkala arrested, call tonight’s debate a “mockumentary”

Source: Jill Stein for President

(HEMPSTEAD, NY) – Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala, the Green presidential and vice-presidential nominees, were just now forcibly prevented from entering the grounds of tonight’s presidential debate organized by the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD). See a video here.

Dr. Stein and Ms. Honkala will appear on 85% of ballots on Election Day, and recently polled 2-3% in four consecutive national polls. The Federal government recognizes Jill Stein as a qualified Read more »

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