And also there's Jill Stein, who is running for the Green Party.
But I did not know that there are two other women running for President this year. There's also Gloria La Riva of the Socialism and Liberation Party and there's Alyson Kennedy of the Socialist Worker's Party. You can see Alyson Kennedy talking about a woman's right to choose here. You can see Gloria La Riva's stance on the issues here.
It's interesting looking at the platforms of the two lesser-known candidates. La Riva, for instance, shares my stance on the minimum wage. On her web site you can find this meme--which pretty much sums up La Riva's belief that there is no "lesser evil" among the two main party candidates.
Here's a site where you can download information on Alyson Kennedy and her running mate Osborne Hart.You can download their statements on police brutality and killings, as well as a statement of solidarity for the working people of Syria.
I believe in spirited discourse.
I believe in the exchange of ideas.
I'm glad there are other political parties working for change.
And I really celebrate the four women who are headlining their parties' tickets. Because I'm only going to vote for one; but it's long, long, long past time that I had the choice of women of every political stripe. And in case it's not obvious--I'm with Her but I think we're STRONGER TOGETHER.