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AP covers new Nader lawsuit against DNC behavior in 2004

Sharing a story the long way…The AP wrote the story. Went out in Washington Post. Commented on at Ballot Access News. And, brought to my attention by Green Party Watch. That’s some network of politicos…

from Ballot Access News:
Associated Press Covers New Nader Lawsuit Against
Democratic Behavior in 2004

January 9th, 2010

The Washington Post has this Associated Press story about Ralph Nader’s new lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee, over the Committee’s actions in 2004 to keep Nader off as many ballots as possible. The AP story erroneously says Nader only got three-tenths of 1% in 2004. Actually, if one rounds off to the nearest tenth of 1%, he got .4%. The more precise percentage was .37%.

Ralph Nader has run for President on the Green Party line, and more recently as an independent.

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