GREEN WEST, S.C. — Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is in the midst of a new, more sensible, and more realistic campaign to win the 2020 election.
Stein’s campaign has spent months making the case that Trump and other GOP candidates are using fear and intimidation to steal votes from Democrats.
Stein has taken to the airwaves and to social media to urge voters to get behind Democrats and the progressive agenda.
Stein told ABC News that the country needs a new strategy for elections and for our democracy.
“We’re not going to win anymore if we don’t have a vision for how to change the political landscape and win elections,” she said in an interview.
Stein, a former Massachusetts attorney general, is running against Democratic nominee Donald Trump in 2020, but she has said she is running for president as a third-party candidate.
She has also been urging voters to support the Democratic Party as it prepares for the 2018 midterm elections.
Stein is taking a more mainstream approach to the election.
She will be speaking on the campaign trail at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
Stein, who was born in Brooklyn and graduated from Harvard Law School, has a record of success in politics, including running unsuccessfully for governor of New York and for the U.S. Senate.
She ran for president in 2016 and won the presidency in six of the last seven elections.
She is also known for her outspoken rhetoric on immigration, criminal justice reform, and climate change.
In her first interview as the Green Party nominee, she described the election as a “huge, huge opportunity for us.”
“This is not the time to be scared, it’s not the moment to be fearful, and it’s certainly not the best time to feel helpless and afraid,” she told ABC.
The campaign will be led by the Green National Committee, which has been heavily involved in the past two years in fighting back against the GOP, including organizing rallies in cities across the country.
The Green Party will hold a “unity rally” in Atlanta, Georgia, this weekend, which will be held as a joint event with the Green party in the state.
The event will include a debate on the importance of running a competitive campaign, with questions asked by Green party officials and guests.
Trump is facing growing criticism over his handling of the crisis at the Democratic National Convention.
He has repeatedly criticized the media, saying the media is not fair and has been attacking his opponent.
A new poll shows the president is down by 3 points, and he has also lost the support of his core supporters.
More: Stein said the election is now “a massive opportunity for Democrats and progressives to rebuild the party.”
Steins campaign has begun fundraising, with donations expected to reach $10 million by the end of the month.
It will be difficult for her to compete with Trump and Trump’s rivals for the Democratic nomination.
But, in the long run, Stein believes that Democrats and progressive candidates have a shot at winning the 2020 general election.
Her campaign is also focusing on local and state parties.
Stein will meet with Green party members at the Georgia Statehouse on Monday.
In the coming months, Stein’s team will be working on a list of local and statewide candidates to run in the 2020 elections.
It has already started the process of choosing candidates to head the Democratic Governors Association.
Stein said she has a list she is looking forward to voting on.
On Tuesday, she will hold her first rally in the U:S.
as the nominee of the Green political party.
This article has been updated to correct a typo.