Green Party

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Two-time Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is in Ohio stumping for the party's gubernatorial candidate.

Travis Irvine
Travis Irvine

The Libertarian Party of Ohio says Libertarian and Green Party candidates are being unfairly excluded from gubernatorial debates.

Fitrakis & Gadell-Newton

In a year that’s already brought a record number of women running for governor, Ohio’s Green Party has a candidate of its own for consideration.

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The Wisconsin Elections Commission announced Friday that it would hold a statewide recount of the presidential vote. The move was in response to petitions from two candidates, the Green Party's Jill Stein and independent Rocky Roque De La Fuente.

Federal law requires that all recounts be finished 35 days after the election, which is Dec. 13. One or both of the candidates will be required to pay for the recount.

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was supposed to speak at Capital University at noon today, but will be a couple hours late to the podium.

Turns out, she flew to the wrong city. Stein flew to Cincinnati instead of Columbus, where she was supposed to speak at the Capital University Campus Greens event.

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein will be making a campaign swing through Ohio.

Karen Kasler

Last week’s Democratic National Convention brought new questions about unity for that party and nationwide attention for an outspoken former state senator from Cleveland.