Gary Johnson: No, My VP Is Not Leaving The Ticket


According to CNN, the CPD will review the criteria for the second and third debates in the future - meaning if Stein's polling numbers due to a rise, there is a chance she could be on the debate stage during the next two debates in October. A vote for Jill Stein is not a wasted vote. The poll also found 5.5 percent of the troops had no plans to vote. Trump's total this week ties his highest ever level of support from two months ago.

Just because the Green Party's Dr. Jill Stein and her vice presidential candidate, Ajamu Baraka, are not invited to be at Hofstra University in NY on Monday, where the first debate between Trump and Clinton will take place, doesn't mean they won't show up anyway.

With a large number of voters still undecided, their attention may turn to third-party candidates hoping to garner support.

The poll queried over 2,000 active duty military personnel, with 36.5 percent of respondents supporting Johnson.

Public Policy polling (PPP) had Trump leading Clinton 45 to 43, with Johnson at six percent in a three-party race. According to the survey, only 18 percent of military personnel say Clinton's ability to handle national security is good or very good, while 27 percent say the same of Trump.

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein visited Penn State Wednesday to ask for votes and volunteers.

Clinton is well aware of her problem with young voters.

Once upon a time the Republican and Democratic parties produced respectable candidates that the vast majority of their respective constituencies could support. "The choice is not even close". Democrat Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State, gets just 16.3%. His pitch to his most die-hard backers was telling: "I will consider it a personal insult, an insult to my legacy" if African American voters don't turn out.

"Members of the Penn State Green Party are happy to see that Stein is coming to Penn State", Tim Gleason, Penn State Green Party chair, said.

It's a vision that includes getting government spending under control. He described them both as "dangerous" in different ways during the interview. I'm believing that everybody that is voting for me is voting for me on the basis of the first choice.

The House of Representatives would then have to choose between Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and Gary Johnson.

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Hillary Clinton is not ideal.