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Cynthia McKinney makes Yahoo News!

(excerpt from) Yahoo! News
Forgotten candidates for US president may still impact race
by Alain Jean-Robert

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama have captured the limelight in the race for the US presidency, but they are not the only ones running: 12 forgotten candidates are also chasing the keys to the White House.

Without the million-dollar war chests or national organizations to compete with the major parties, none of the other hopefuls have a chance of victory on election day, November 4.

But still, the libertarian candidate Bob Barr, independent Ralph Nader and, to a lesser extent, Chuck Baldwin’s Constitution Party and Green candidate Cynthia McKinney, could have a significant impact on the hopes of McCain or Obama, who remain locked in tight races in key battleground states…

Like the Democrats, the Green Party also has an African-American candidate in Cynthia McKinney, a Georgia congresswoman from 1993 to 2003.

McKinney will be on the ballot in 32 states, and could possibly peel off voters from Obama in key states due to her support among women, blacks and anti-war advocates.

“Obama cannot take the peace vote for granted. There are peace candidates running from across the political spectrum,” said Kevin Zeese, executive director of anti-war group Voters for Peace…

For more about the Green Party Presidential Ticket of Cynthia McKinney for President/Rosa Clemente for Vice President, please go to their official, campaign web-site: www.runcynthiarun.org

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