Updated Election Results for Nader/Gonzalez State by State

Ralph in AP Poll

Ralph in AP Poll .

An Associated Press poll released on Friday shows:

Barack Obama 47 percent

John McCain 43 percent

And Ralph Nader 6 percent.

And that’s Nader at six percent with virtually no mainstream national press coverage.

Why is Nader’s six percent important?

Because this might be the year when the Presidential debates are busted open.

Google has shown an interest in hosting debates.

And McCain has floated the idea of ten town hall debates.

To get into these debates, it’s important that Ralph show a certain level of support.

He’s got that, according to the most recent AP poll. And then it becomes important that he gets on as many state ballots as possible.

We’re working our hearts out to get him there.

By the end of June, we should be on ten or so. And we’re aiming to be on more than 40 by the end of the summer. To help fuel this summer ballot access drive, you can give up to the legal limit of $4,600 each.

But we’ll take whatever you can afford.

Remember, getting Ralph on the debates changes everything.

Jesse Ventura, when he ran for Governor of Minnesota, was at ten percent.

He got on the statewide debates and moved to 20 percent.

And then people sensed a three way race.

And he won.

As we learned this weekend at the Belmont Stakes.

There are no foregone conclusions.

So, let’s work together to get Nader/Gonzalez to the starting line.

Then line ‘em up, ring the bell, and let ‘em run.


The Nader Team

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