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It's Official We WILL be Able to Vote for the Greater Good in Illinois

As of 5 pm CDT today, July 5, it's official. We WILL be able to vote for the Greater Good in Illinois.Jill2016_400x400

On the ballot in Illinois for the November 8th election:

  • Dr. Jill Stein, Green Party U.S. presidential candidate
  • Ajamu Baraka, Illinois Green Party U.S. Vice-Presidential candidate
  • Scott Summers, Illinois Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate
  • Tim Curtin, Illinois Green Party candidate for Illinois Comptroller

As you know, on June 27th we submitted more than 50,000 signatures of registered Illinois voters who want Green Democracy in Illinois. There were five business days, until 5:00 pm today, for challenges and there were none.

Let's take this success and roll with it right into campaign 2016 in Illinois for Jill Stein, Green Party candidate for President,ilgp200gray and our Illinois candidates!  We can't let the momentum slow down. Please donate to help us get the word out: there is another choice in Illinois!

Nancy Wade
Illinois Ballot Access Coordinator Jill2016


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  • Erin McCoy
    commented 2016-07-26 18:34:42 -0500
    Thank you to you guys for doing this work and making this happen. I’d expect to see a flood in the coming days of fleeing Bernie supporters (I’m one) and I am very happy to move my vote to an honest candidate who shares so many of Bernie’s views. I am so glad that ours is one of the states where Jill will be on the ballot, and I am energized with the power of a voter scorned. Let us know in the coming days what we can do to further Green Party interests here in IL and there should be a wave of passionate people to support it.
  • Debbie Antlitz
    commented 2016-07-13 01:23:37 -0500
    A welcome opportunity to let in fresh breeze to air out the bad clouds of Illinois politics. Love your platform pledge to end retaliation against government whistle blowers. That is a key component of true reform.