Tonight on PoliticKING: Presidential Candidates Jill Stein & Lincoln Chafee

2012's Green Party Nominee, and 2016 hopeful, Jill Stein Joins Larry King to discuss campaigning, the environment, and the hurdles of third party politics.Followed by former Senator and Governor of Rhode Island, and Democratic 2016 hopeful, Lincoln Chafee.

Jill Steinis an American physician who was the nominee of the Green Party forPresident of the United Statesin the2012 election. Stein was a candidate forGovernor of Massachusetts in the 2002 and the 2010 gubernatorial elections.

Stein is a resident ofLexington, Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Harvard College(1973) and the Harvard Medical School(1979).

Stein was endorsed for President in 2012 by Noam Chomsky, a linguist, author and activist,and by Chris Hedges, aPulitzer Prize-winning journalist and war correspondent,among others. In February 2015, Stein announced the formation of an exploratory committee to seek the Green Party's presidential nomination in the2016 U.S. election. On June 22, 2015, Stein formally announced that she would seek the Green Party's 2016 presidential nomination.She joins Larry King tonight on Politicking to discuss her plans to bring positive change to America.

Lincoln Chafee is an American politician from Rhode Island who has served as the Mayor of Warwick (1993–1999), a U.S. Senator(1999–2007) and as the74th Governor of Rhode Island (2011–2015).

Chafee is the son of Republican politician John Chafee, who served as the 66th Governor of Rhode Island (1963–1969).Lincoln Chafee was educated at Providence Country Day School and Phillips Academy, before graduating with a degree in Classics from Brown University.

A liberal Republican, Chafee was frequently ranked as the least conservative Senate Republican, and to the left of some conservative Democrats. He opposed eliminating the estate tax, voted to increase the top federal income tax rate, voted against allowing drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, supported an increased minimum wage and was the only Republican Senator to vote against authorizing the use of force in Iraq. Chafee is pro-choice, supports same-sex marriage, affirmative action, gun control and federal funding for embryonic stem cell research and opposes the death penalty.  He joins Larry King to discuss his bid for the 2016 Democratic nomination for President.  

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