"Today, progressive dissatisfaction with Hillary Clinton is even stronger, more organized and better-networked than was dissatisfaction with Gore in 2000.
I sure hope Clinton does not ignore this reality – or this history.
If she loses a close election after choosing a corporate-centrist running-mate seen by progressive voters as a slap in the face, she’ll be the one to blame for a Trump White House. " Jeff Cohen, from the article.
I will NEVER vote for Hillary. Since the Greens can't even make a showing here in liberal Minnesota, I haven't given them much thought, although I agree with their platform. So instead of writing in Bernie, which I planned to do, or voting Trump, which is too cynical, even for me, I'll probably vote for Jill Stein. The Green Party needs to get recognized in the US to get federal funding and to get on the ballot in all 50 states.
At least I will feel that I am voting FOR something.