Jill Stein delays rally after landing in wrong Ohio city
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An Ohio rally for Jill Stein was delayed Friday when the Green Party White House nominee flew to the wrong city. 
The presidential long shot accidentally flew to Cincinnati instead of Columbus, where she had been scheduled to speak at Capital University. The school's branch of the Green Party confirmed the mixup to The Columbus Dispatch
The school group told the paper she'd be about two hours late — the drive between the two cities is just under two hours. 
Stein sits far below the 15 percent polling threshold to make it to the general election debate stage later this month. She hasn't hit higher than 6 percent in a major national poll since June. 
A serious lack of resources when compared to major party nominees has left her struggling for media coverage — she recently bashed the media for its coverage of her recent tweet about the gorilla Harambe killed at a Cincinnati zoo earlier this year by questioning why it got more traction than her vision for the country.
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