WASHINGTON — They won’t be on the stage for the presidential debates tonight, but Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein will be on the Connecticut ballot in November’s election, and are likely to pull votes from both major part candidates, especially Hillary Clinton.
Libertarian Party qualifies for presidential ballot in Connecticut
Connecticut on Monday officially became the 48th state where the Libertarian Party has qualified to place a presidential candidate on the ballot.
Connecticut voters to have at least one minor party alternative
Jill Stein, the presidential nominee of the Green Party, qualified Thursday for the ballot in Connecticut, while the state remains one of four yet to certify petitions collected on behalf of the Libertarian candidate, Gary Johnson.
As Trump is nominated, Stein brings Green Party campaign to CT
In a 45-minute speech reminiscent of the long, fiery, policy-heavy speeches delivered by Democrat Bernie Sanders during his campaign, Green Party candidate Jill Stein called on his former supporters to join her in continuing the political revolution he started.
Pelto bids for Green Party nomination in 2nd District
Jonathan Pelto, a former five-term state representative and public education advocate, announced Tuesday he plans to seek the Green Party’s nomination for the 2nd District congressional seat. The Green Party’s 2nd District nominating convention will be held on July 30 in Mansfield.
Long-shot candidates hope voter discontent gives them a boost
A Green Party candidate, Bll Clyde is one of several minor party and unaffiliated candidates who will be competing for a congressional seat in Connecticut this year. Like Clyde, they may have a liberal bent. Or they may be conservative or libertarian. But they all have one thing in common – contempt for the way the major parties are running things.