Jill Stein – Petition for Open Debates has Reached 100,000 Signatures!.. Looking to DOUBLE the Signatures

This is impressive. We’ve gotten 100,000 signatures from people like you who want Jill Stein on the debate stage September 26.

With less than two weeks left until the first debate, we’re ramping up our efforts with a multi-pronged strategy. In addition to putting pressure directly on the debates commission — asking why they oppose the 76 percent of Americans who want open debates — we’ve set the ambitious goal of doubling the signatures on our petition to show we mean business.

We’d like to be able to walk into the Washington, D.C. offices of the Commission on Presidential Debates on September 20 and hand them all 200,000 signatures.

Add your name to demand the presidential debates include all four ballot-qualified candidates.

Our first milestone is to reach 125,000 signatures by tomorrow.

By the way, the Commission on Presidential Debates may sound official, but it’s really a private corporation run by Democratic and Republican elites to keep our voices out of the debates.

Tell them you’re not having it anymore.

Sign and share the petition for open debates today.

It’s in our hands!

The Stein/Baraka Campaign Team

P.S. Share this email with your friends if you have already added your name to the petition.

P.P.S. We’re marching in front of the Commission on Presidential Debates tomorrow evening. Join us!

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