Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein made her mark protesting today.
Stein and several others spray painted equipment.
A spokeswoman for Stein said Tuesday that activists invited her to leave a message at the protest site.
Stein wrote “I approve this message” in red spray paint on the blade of a bulldozer.
Stein, who is anti-war and advocates for clean energy, camped out with protesters Monday evening.
“It means a lot, to me and people I came up here with. Just to know that somebody cares and that our voice is getting heard somewhere,” said Jared Kopaddy.
While others thought it more of a publicity stunt.
“I’m not impressed she was here, she’s grabbing media attention for her own self so that she can further her campaign. What is she going to do for us, she couldn’t even answer me,” said Robert Eader.
The Morton County Sheriff’s department has a warrant out for her arrest.