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Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader is a lawyer, consumer advocate, author and Presidential candidate from Winsted. After earning degrees from both Princeton University and Harvard Law School, Nader began work as a lawyer in Hartford. While working in Hartford, he also lectured at the University of Hartford. In 1964, Nader moved to Washington D.C. In 1980, Nader began creating a number of nonprofit organizations, including the Center for Study of Responsive Law, the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG), the Center for Auto Safety, Public Citizen, Clean Water Action Project and the Disability Rights Center. In 2000, Nader ran in the presidential election as a third-party candidate. Many Democrats blamed Nader... Show more »
Ralph Nader is a lawyer, consumer advocate, author and Presidential candidate from Winsted. After earning degrees from both Princeton University and Harvard Law School, Nader began work as a lawyer in Hartford. While working in Hartford, he also lectured at the University of Hartford. In 1964, Nader moved to Washington D.C. In 1980, Nader began creating a number of nonprofit organizations, including the Center for Study of Responsive Law, the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG), the Center for Auto Safety, Public Citizen, Clean Water Action Project and the Disability Rights Center. In 2000, Nader ran in the presidential election as a third-party candidate. Many Democrats blamed Nader for costing the election, which resulted in a George W. Bush victory by only 537 votes over Al Gore. On February 24, 2008, Nader announced 2008 presidential bid, naming former San Francisco Board of Supervisors president Matt Gonzalez as his running mate. « Show less

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  • McCain's experience: Edge over Obama

     
    by Mark Silva A new national poll shows not only a tight race -- a virtual dead heat - between presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain, but also a distinct advantage for McCain on the question of experience. And......
  • Bob Barr: Voters say let him debate

     
    by Mark Silva Most voters - 55 percent - say that Libertarian presidential candidate Bob Barr should be included in the fall series of presidential debates, Zogby Interactive has found. Not quite as many - 45 percent - say independent......
  • McCain 5 points over Obama: poll

     
    by Frank James Sen. John McCain appears to have gained some momentum and, through negative advertising, driven down Sen. Barack Obama's appeal with voters to the point where the Arizona Republican now has a five-point lead in the latest Reuters/Zogby........
  • Barack Obama's no-bounce bounce: CNN

     
    by Mark Silva ST. PAUL, Minn. - The 'bounce'' is gone. So says a new CNN/Opinion Research poll released just now. With a survey of voters taken Friday through today, the results show that 49 percent said they support the......
  • Four score and seven sandwiches ago

     
    No, Owl Meat didn't abandon us today. He's back with an even more Funtastic Thursday than usual.Here's Owlie...'Portrait of the Artist as a Funtastic Tyke. How adorable is Little Owl Meat? Look closely and you will see that I was......
  • Analysis: Gore would have gained votes

    An inspection of more than 6,000 discarded presidential ballots in Lake County on Dec. 18, 2000, revealed that Vice President Al Gore lost a net 130 votes that were clearly his even in a conservative GOP bastion that President-elect Bush dominated as a...