Green-Rainbow Party candidate has Massachusetts roots
BOSTON (AP) — One of the candidates seeking the nomination of the Green-Rainbow Party for president has Massachusetts roots.
Jill Stein, a Lexington resident, graduated from Harvard College in 1973 and from Harvard Medical School in 1979.
Stein was the party’s 2012 candidate for president of the United States.
The party says all the Green-Rainbow candidates for president support a platform of “peace, social justice and a healthy planet.”
Voters in Massachusetts who aren’t registered with a particular political party can still vote in Tuesday’s primary contests by requesting a Democratic, Republican or Green-Rainbow ballot.
Among the other Green-Rainbow candidates include Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry, a graduate of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and William Kreml, a graduate of Northwestern University Law School in Chicago, Illinois.