Green Party candidate Jill Stein late Saturday vowed to bring her fight for a recount of votes cast in Pennsylvania in the U.S. presidential election to federal court, after a state judge ordered her campaign to post a $1 million bond.
Green Party candidate Jill Stein followed through on her promise by filing for a recount in Michigan Wednesday afternoon, citing a high number of blank votes as the reason.
Ethics violator and Chief Clinton conspiracy monger from the 90s Newt Gingrich called Jill Stein the "nut wing of American politics" today in an effort to defend Donald Trump from her recall.
Jill Stein goes all in to make sure votes in Wisconsin are recounted by hand.
Jill Stein is following through on her promise to request recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, as the Green Party presidential candidate has filed for recounts in both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission has denied a request by Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein for a hand recount of all ballots.
"This recount is just a way for Jill Stein...to fill her coffers with money...a scam by the Green Party for an election that has already been conceded"
"My campaign's goal: Transparent election processes to ensure election results can be verified—that every vote counts"
Jill Stein and the Green Party have officially filed a request to have the ballots in the 2016 presidential election in Wisconsin recounted.
After easily passing her initial fundraising goal to pay for recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, the Green Party's Jill Stein has upped the amount of money she says she will need, and changed some of the fine print on her fundraising page.
The money already raised is enough to secure a recount in at least one state – Wisconsin – whose filing deadline is Nov. 25.
With calls from election security experts growing, the Green Party has announced that they will be filing for a recount in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania to help Hillary Clinton win an election that they believe was hacked.
If Jill Stein's supporters and half of Gary Johnson's supporters had supported Hillary Clinton in 4 swing states, the Democrat would be the president-elect today.
Clinton's support continues to inch closer to 50 percent as third-party leaners flock to the Democratic nominee.
In a true Spinal Tap moment, Green Party nominee Jill Stein was late for her campaign speech because she accidentally flew to Cincinnati, OH instead of Columbus.
If you're planning on casting your ballot for Jill Stein this fall to "send a message," you should know that you're only sending one message – that you want Donald Trump in the White House.