So knowing all that, how can you support her?
Lilah Woods
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You’re right. I have no issues voting for Jill Stein as a conscience vote, in fact I told people earlier this year that I might just do that.

I just wish Ms Stein would actually don the mantle of change leader and start building a real, sustained grassroots organization and start soliciting large numbers of small donations. What she needs to become now, is the kind of fiery leader that Bernie appeared to be, that recruits skilled political experts into her orbit and starts building local, active and highly focused Green chapters in key places across the nation with a sustained fundraising platform and real political strategy and execution for change.

The trouble is, the US Green Party isn’t as organized as in Europe. There’s a difference between a collection of activists and an effective political party.

Now the latter, is change I could actually believe in.

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