I thought it would be fun to pigeon hole the presidential candidates into their respective Dungeons & Dragons alignment. I recognize that these aren’t going to be perfect, but it’s one of those things that are fun to game out. All references to alignments can be found on Wikipedia.
It can incontrovertibly be said that Jill Stein is Chaotic Good:
A chaotic good character does what is necessary to bring about change for the better, disdains bureaucratic organizations that get in the way of social improvement, and places a high value on personal freedom, not only for oneself, but for others as well. Chaotic good characters usually intend to do the right thing, but their methods are generally disorganized and often out of sync with the rest of society.
It is tempting to cast the Green Party candidate as True Neutral because the Green Party are like druids and druids must be Neutral. Get it? No? Good, because if you did you’d be a level 36 Dork. First edition rules.
Jill Stein has had a pretty solid career as an environmental activist. Her story arch shows someone who has gone from Lawful Good earlier in her activism to her present Chaotic Good as the 2016 Green Party candidate. In her early activism, she worked within the system to help make Massachusetts more environmentally sustainable. She fought against coal plants and trash incinerators and helped push the state towards renewables and green energy job growth.
Stein’s path towards Chaotic Good can probably be traced to a single event. In 1998, she campaigned for a Clean Elections Law that was repealed by a Democratic legislature. This caused her to leave the Democratic party permanently and join the Green party. Since, she has run for elected office multiple times, mostly in Massachusetts. Those offices include Governor, U.S. House, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Town Meeting Representative, and President of the United States. Of those, she has only won Town Meeting Representative of the city of Lexington, MA.
Stein is currently trying to poach voters unhappy with the DNC and who don’t understand that Bernie Sanders lost the Democratic primaries a long time ago despite not dropping out. She even crashed the DNC hoping to lure disaffected Sanders delegates to her. Thus her move to Chaotic Good was complete.
Stein also has some pretty strange positions further enshrining her Chaotic cred. She wants to “quantitatively ease” student loans into non-existence, whatever that means. She wants to “nationalize” the Federal Reserve, which fine, but even Fed know-nothings like Rand Paul aren’t calling for that. She wants to close all of our foreign bases claiming they are bankrupting us. She was for Brexit before she was against it. She wants to pardon and put Edward Snowden in her Cabinet. The Green Party supports homeopathy and her stance on it is wishy-washy at best. And last but hardly least, she has no chance of winning the Presidency and is knowingly acting as the Democratic spoiler in a close election where Donald Trump might actually become President of the United States.