Jill Stein 2016 presidential campaign

campaign by the Green Party candidate to become the 45th President of the United States

Jill Stein, a physician from Massachusetts, is seeking the nomination of the Green Party of the United States for President in 2016. In 2012, Stein was the Green Party's nominee and received 469,501 votes for President of the United States in the 2012 general election.[2]

Jill Stein for President
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CampaignU.S. presidential election, 2016
CandidateJill Stein
Physician
Ajamu Baraka
Activist
AffiliationGreen Party
StatusAnnounced June 22, 2015
Headquarters22 Kendall Rd.
Lexington, Massachusetts
ReceiptsUS$45,030 (2015-06-30[1])
Slogan#ItsInOurHands.
Website
www.Jill2016.com

BackgroundEdit

On February 6, 2015, Stein announced the formation of an exploratory committee in preparation for a potential campaign for the Green Party's presidential nomination in the 2016.[3]

She officially declared she was running for president for a second time during an appearance on Democracy Now! on June 22, 2015.[4]

SupportersEdit

BallotsEdit

  Electoral Votes 2016[10] 2012 2008A 2004A 2000B
States (& DC) 51 45 (48) 37 (44) 32 (48) 25 (43) 44 (48)
Electoral Votes 538 480 (522) 439 (489) 368 (528) 267 (479) 481 (513)
Percent of EVs 100% 89.2% (97.0%) 81.6% (90.9%) 71.0% (96.2%) 49.6% (89.0%) 89.4% (95.4%)
Alabama 9 On ballot On ballot (write-in) (write-in) On ballot
Alaska 3 On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot On ballot
Arizona 11 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Arkansas 6 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
California 55 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Colorado 9 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Connecticut 7 On ballot (write-in) (write-in) On ballot On ballot
Delaware 3 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Florida 29 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Georgia 16 (write-in) (write-in) (write-in) (write-in) (write-in)
Hawaii 4 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Idaho 4 On ballot On ballot (write-in) (write-in) (write-in)
Illinois 20 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Indiana 11 (write-in) (write-in) On ballot (write-in) (write-in)
Iowa 6 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Kansas 6 On ballot (write-in) (write-in) (write-in) On ballot
Kentucky 8 On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Louisiana 8 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Maine 4 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Maryland 10 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Massachusetts 11 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Michigan 16 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Minnesota 10 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Mississippi 6 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Missouri 10 On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Montana 3 On ballot (write-in) On ballot On ballot
Nebraska 5 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Nevada 6 On ballot On ballot On ballot
New Hampshire 4 On ballot (write-in) (write-in) (write-in) On ballot
New Jersey 14 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
New Mexico 5 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
New York 29 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
North Carolina 15 (write-in) (write-in) (write-in) (write-in)
North Dakota 3 On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Ohio 18 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Oklahoma 7
Oregon 7 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Pennsylvania 20 On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot On ballot
Rhode Island 4 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
South Carolina 9 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
South Dakota 3
Tennessee 11 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Texas 38 On ballot On ballot (write-in) (write-in) On ballot
Utah 6 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Vermont 3 On ballot (write-in) (write-in) (write-in) On ballot
Virginia 13 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Washington 12 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
West Virginia 5 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
Wisconsin 10 On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot On ballot
Wyoming 3 On ballot (write-in) (write-in) (write-in) (write-in)
District of Columbia 3 On ballot On ballot On ballot (write-in) On ballot
A.^ Based on 2004 - 2008 electoral college apportionment.
B.^ Based on 1992 - 2000 electoral college apportionment.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Candidate (P20003984) Summary Reports – 2016 Cycle". Federal Election Commission. Retrieved July 20, 2015.
  2. "FEDERAL ELECTIONS 2012 Election Results for the U.S. President, the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives" (PDF). FEC.gov. July 2013. Retrieved June 18, 2015.
  3. Pindell, James (February 6, 2015) "Jill Stein, Green Party candidate, considers a second run for president", The Boston Globe. Retrieved June 6, 2015
  4. "Exclusive: Green Party's Jill Stein Announces She Is Running for President on Democracy Now!". democracynow.org. June 2015. Retrieved June 22, 2015.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Bernd, Candice. ""An Age of the Statistically Unlikely": An Interview With Presidential Candidate Jill Stein". Truthout. Retrieved 1 July 2015.
  6. "Immortal Technique: Endorsing Jill Stein for President". Retrieved 27 July 2015.
  7. "We want to be the voice of struggle in 2016". Retrieved 10 December 2015.
  8. "Endorsing Jill Stein for President: Professor Richard D. Wolff Economist". Retrieved 13 July 2015.
  9. "JILL STEIN, CORNELL WEST VISIT ATLANTA TO PROMOTE GREEN PARTY BALLOT ACCESS IN GEORGIA". Atlanta Progressive News.
  10. Ballot Access. jill2016.com Accessed 2016-09-09.