Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein delivers her acceptance speech at the Green Party's convention in Baltimore on Saturday, July 14, 2012. Stein, a doctor who ran against Mitt Romney for Massachusetts governor a decade ago won the chance to challenge him again on Saturday, this time as the Green Party's presidential nominee. The internist from Lexington, Mass. blasted both Romney and President Barack Obama, saying both had become too dependent on donations from corporations in order to acquire office at the expense of the nation's citizens. (AP Photo/Laura-Chase McGehee)

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Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein delivers her acceptance speech at the Green Party's convention in Baltimore on Saturday, July 14, 2012. Stein, a doctor who ran against Mitt Romney for Massachusetts governor a decade ago won the chance to challenge him again on Saturday, this time as the Green Party's presidential nominee. The internist from Lexington, Mass. blasted both Romney and President Barack Obama, saying both had become too dependent on donations from corporations in order to acquire office at the expense of the nation's citizens. (AP Photo/Laura-Chase McGehee)
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein delivers her acceptance speech at the Green Party's convention in Baltimore on Saturday, July 14, 2012. Stein, a doctor who ran against Mitt Romney for Massachusetts governor a decade ago won the chance to challenge him again on Saturday, this time as the Green Party's presidential nominee. The internist from Lexington, Mass. blasted both Romney and President Barack Obama, saying both had become too dependent on donations from corporations in order to acquire office at the expense of the nation's citizens. (AP Photo/Laura-Chase McGehee)
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