Watch here in 360 as Green Party's 2016 presidential nominee Jill Stein offers hope to Bernie Sanders supporters in Philadelphia.
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Hours before Sen. Bernie Sanders asked his delegates to accept Democrat Hillary Clinton's nomination, Green Party's President Jill Stein offered some last-minute hope for the remaining Sanders supporters.
Speaking at a "Bernie or Bust" rally behind City Hall in downtown Philadelphia, Stein offered a home to Sanders' backers disappointed by the two-party political system.
Some of those at the rally reluctant to support Clinton were heard shouting "Jill not Hill".
Jill Stein speaks to dissatisfied Bernie Sanders supporters at a rally in Philadelphia, during the second day of the Democratic National Convention. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Dozens of Bernie Sanders supporters attend the "Bernie or Bust" rally in downtown Philadelphia. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
'White House into a Green House'
"'Bernie or Bust' knows that we have the power and we are not going away" Stein told supporters holding "Bernie or Bust" signs. "Turn the White House into a Green House."
Her street-corner campaigns during the week of the Democratic National Convention addressed a higher minimum wage, a renewable energy economy by 2030 and tuition-free college for all.
One of the many street side rallies held in downtown Philly where Jill Stein supporters can be heard chanting "Jill not Hill."
The Green Party's 2016 presidential nominee continues to work aggressively to win over supporters in the final few weeks until the 2016 presidential election on Tuesday, Nov. 8.