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washingtonpost.com > Politics > Elections > 2004 Election > Ralph Nader

An Outsider Tries to Shake the 'Spoiler' Label
Nader, 70, has every intention of playing a pivotal role in the 2004 presidential election, but his campaign is dogged by doubts, dissension and disorganization. But the pall of the 2000 election, in which many Democrats believe Nader tipped New Hampshire and Florida to George W. Bush, hangs heavily over the campaign.
Independent Ralph Nader, at a campaign stop in Connecticut, says, "A lot of people get ostracized if they talk to us." (Steve Miller -- AP)




___ Ralph Nader Bio ___
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
Born: February 27, 1934, in Winsted, Conn.
Religion: Christian
Family: Single
Education: Princeton U., BA 1955; Harvard Law, JD 1958
Career: consumer advocate
Political Highlights: Green Party presidential candidate, 1996 and 2000
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