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New 2024 Presidential Challenger Seen As Bigger Threat to Biden

via MSNBC

Jill Stein, a former Green Party candidate, has announced her candidacy for the 2024 presidential election, positioning herself as a progressive alternative to the two-party system.

She emphasizes economic equality, environmental action, and social justice, while criticizing the establishment and the bipartisan approach to foreign policy.

Stein’s 2016 candidacy drew votes away from Hillary Clinton, leading to claims that she affected the election outcome. (Trending: Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House)

“The political system is broken,” wrote Stein.

“Over 60% of us now say the two-party establishment has failed us and we need a party that serves the people,” she continued.

“I’m running for president to offer a better choice for the people,” wrote Stein to her followers.

“We need an economy that works for all of us, not just the wealthy and powerful,” insisted the former Green Party candidate.

“To reverse surging inequality and insecurity, we need an Economic Bill of Rights, including the right to a living-wage job, housing, food, healthcare, education, and more, so that all of us are guaranteed the basic security for a good life,” demanded Stein.

Adding, “Political insiders always smear outsiders like us, and try to shame voters who want better choices.”

“But without freedom of choice in elections, there is no democracy,” warned the progressive addition to the 2024 Presidential Election.

Her platform includes promises of a “real green new deal” and a focus on empowering the people through electoral reform.

According to CBS, Stein is a physician in Massachusetts and an active environmentalist activist.

“This is Stein’s third presidential bid. In 2016, she was the Green Party nominee in the race against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Stein won about 1% of the popular vote, according to the Federal Elections Commission,” wrote CBS.

They additionally highlighted that “She was also the party’s nominee in 2012 against President Barack Obama, who was running for reelection, and Republican Mitt Romney,”

Stein’s campaign website praised her long history of activism.

“From record heat waves and wildfires to devastating hurricanes, droughts, and floods, the warning signs are clear: we must take decisive action now to fight runaway global warming and prevent the worst-case scenario of climate collapse,” insisted the site.

Concluding, “We need a Green New Deal with massive investment in green jobs, industries, and technologies to revitalize the American economy, improve our quality of life, protect our planet, and safeguard our children’s future.

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