Richard Rohrer Jill Stein’s husband

Richard Rohrer

Richard Rohrer is the long time husband of Green party presidential candidate, Jill Stein. His wife was the Green Party’s nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 and 2016 elections. Keep reading to know Richard Rohrer’s biography.

Richard’s wife was born Jill Ellen Stein on May 14, 1950. The Chicago native was raised in Highland Park, Illinois. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1973, and from Harvard Medical School in 1979. Before entering politics, she practicing physician fro 25 years.

Dr. Jill Stein was the Green Party’s 2012 candidate for President. She holds the current record for most votes ever received by a woman candidate for President of the United States in the general election. She is a mother, an organizer, physician, and pioneering environmental-health advocate.

In 2002 Jill was recruited by Green-Rainbow Party activists to run for Governor of Massachusetts against Mitt Romney, beginning her first foray into electoral politics.

In 2003, Jill co-founded the Massachusetts Coalition for Healthy Communities.

Jill represented the Green-Rainbow Party in two additional races – one for State Representative in 2004 where she finished second, ahead of the Republican. In 2006 she ran for Secretary of State receiving over 350,000 votes.

She has been the recipient of several awards for health and environmental protection.

Dr. Stein recently stunned after she got the needed donations to request reviews of the results in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. She raised over $2 million dollars.


Richard Rohrer is a fellow physician. He and Jill have been married since 1981. Richard J. Rohrer is a doctor in general surgery.

Richard Rohrer is affiliated with Tufts Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in 1977. Dr. Rohrer specializes in Critical Care Surgery and Surgery and has over 39 years experience.

Dr. Richard J Rohrer served his general surgery residency training at the Deaconess Hospital.

According to online info, he speaks multiple languages.

Accoridng to his LinkedIn, Rohrer obtained a BS, biology, African studies from Yale University from 1968-1973.

He speaks French and Spanish and has served as a Transplant and General surgeon at Tuffs Medical Center for the past 28-years.

At Tuff he has served as Chief, Division of Transplant Surgery, Professor and Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery. He can also be found as Rick Rohrer.

The couple raised two sons: Noah and Ben Rohrer–both are also in the medical field.

Richard and his wife reside in Lexington.