Jill Stein

Green Party

Guest

American physician and Green Party nominee for president of the United States; former candidate for Governor of Massachusetts (2002 and 2010)

Jill Stein on KCRW

For Bernie supporters who just can’t come around to supporting Hillary Clinton, there’s another woman in the race - Jill Stein.

Green Party Candidate Jill Stein

For Bernie supporters who just can’t come around to supporting Hillary Clinton, there’s another woman in the race - Jill Stein.

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Robert Scheer sits down with potential Green party presidential candidate, Jill Stein, to discuss her plans and why she thinks the Green Party is more relevant than ever.

Jill Stein, the Green Party and the 2016 Election

Robert Scheer sits down with potential Green party presidential candidate, Jill Stein, to discuss her plans and why she thinks the Green Party is more relevant than ever.

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