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Stein and her running mate have been charged with misdemeanor trespassing and mischief in connection with a protest at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.

Green Party presidential nominee JillStein and vice-presidential candidate Cheri Honkala were arrested Tuesday as they attempted to enter the

How didJillStein do in this election? According to the latest results, Steingot 1,207,141 votes, which is 1 percent of the popular vote.

It got even stranger when the bus finally showed up and we rode past the protestors, all of whom seemed perfectly willing to do their protesting from

North Dakota’s arrest warrant for Green Party presidential candidate JillStein is the second misstep the candidate’s campaign has had to deal with in the past week.

Green Party candidate JillStein and the Standing Rock Sioux youth council, September 6, 2016.

Dr. JillStein on Twitter. Stein is now waiting at a location near Hofstra University as “hundreds of supporters” are bused in. They will all gather outside the gates of the

I am not fora huge government, but it does need to be big enough to do what it is supposed to do. Industry should be nationalised as well as protectionist measures put into place to stop american companies from outsourcing labor and then importing stuff

Green Party presidential candidate JillStein was arrested outside of Hofstra University on Tuesday after she attempted to enter the debate grounds. ...

(Newser) – An arrest warrant has been issued fora 2016 presidential candidate—and it's for neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump. Instead, Green Party candidate JillStein has been charged with criminal trespass and criminal mischief in Morton County, ND, after spray-painting construction...

JillStein, the Green Party's 2012 presidential candidate, was arrested in Philadelphia Wednesday afternoon during a bank protest sit-in. Stein, a Massachusetts resident and Harvard-educated doctor, was arrested along with four other Green Party members, the Associated Press reports, including her...

This raises an obvious question: did Green Party presidential candidate JillStein also receive $40,000 from the

Stein tried again to enter the debate grounds and was arrestedfor “blocking traffic.” The Green Party reports that Stein and Honkala spent “eight hours handcuffed to a metal chair in a remote police warehouse on Long Island” while President Obama and Mitt Romney engaged in their second debate...

An arrest warrant has been issued in North Dakota for the Green Party's presidential candidate, JillStein

Green Party presidential nominee Dr. JillStein and her running mate, Cheri Honkala, were released from police custody Tuesday night, hours after authorities arrested them during their failed attempt at attending the second presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.

Green Party candidate JillStein holds a press conference at the federal courthouse in Philadelphia.

Green Party presidential candidate JillStein and her vice presidential running mate have reportedly been arrested outside the debate hall at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. A video posted on Youtube (below) shows Stein and Cheri Honkala as they are removed by police for blocking traffic.

Dr. JillStein was seen at the construction site actually vandalizing, spray painting a blade on the equipment. These are things, everything you’ve been hearing on social media that this is, that this has been peaceful, that they want to do it by prayer; this is not the way to do this. This needs to come to...

Prior to the Thanksgiving Day holiday, failed Green Party candidate JillStein launched a fundraising effort to raise the millions needed to pay fora recount of election results in three of the key states that gave Donald Trump the White House, but the source of these millions of dollars is murky.

For Stein, at least, this lobbying is nothing new. When she ran as the Green Party nominee four years ago, Stein staged a similar protest

“When they were donedoing interviews, she turned her credentials back over to MSNBC and she voluntarily was basically shown off the campus,” Krumpter said. Stein has been outspoken about the lack of third-party access for presidential debates.

Stein and Honkala attempted to enter the debate hall at Hofstra University, but were refused entry

Green party candidate JillStein speaks to a standing room only crowd at the Mercury Cafe on August 28, 2016 in Denver, Colorado.

Enter JillStein, who's running for the nation's highest office on the Green Party's platform.

On Wednesday, former Green party presidential candidate JillStein launched an effort to raise enough funds to request recounts of the

Green Party presidential candidate JillStein was escorted off Hofstra University’s campus just hours before the first presidential debate of the general election. The escort was part of the Commission on Presidential Debates’ exclusion of her campaign from the debate.

Stein, the Green Party candidate who ran to the left of both Clinton and Bernie Sanders, played spoiler in Michigan, receiving 51,444 votes in a race where

A warrant for the arrest of Green Party candidate JillStein has been issued by Morton County in North Dakota. CBS News reports that Stein faces charges of "criminal trespass and criminal mischief" for "spray-painting construction equipment during a protest against the Dakota Access...

A North Dakota judge issued a warrant Wednesday for the arrest of Green Party presidential candidate JillStein, who is accused of spray-painting construction equipment during a protest against the Dakota Access pipeline. In this photo provided by LaDonna Allard...

The third party debate between JillStein and Gary Johnson has been moved from October 30 to November 5, which gave Green Party nominee JillStein a chance to getarrested...again. This will be the second debate hosted by the Free and Equal Elections Foundation.

Each vote for the Green Party helps to build the party, both by building critical mass and by qualifying for concrete benefits when the party reaches a certain threshold of votes.

From the moment Stein started raising money fora recount, there were reasons to be skeptical. The Green Party’s nominee for president was “launching an effort to ensure the integrity of our elections,” asking for $2.5 million, getting it, doubling the goal and then doubling it again. All of this was done...

JillStein: Hillary's public statement is that she is the friend to women and children, but, in fact, her actual track record is to dismantle Aid to Families

The race for the White House is expected to take an unusual turn through Chicago Friday. Green Party Presidential Candidate JillStein has more than just a political fight

JillStein is leading the Green Party ticket. She hopes to capitalize on the wave of support for Bernie Sanders. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption.