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"Why I’m Voting for Nader/Gonzalez” Video Contest

We need your videos.

And we need them now.

With one week to go, we need your help to convince undecided voters to vote for Nader/Gonzalez.

Over the last seven months, we’ve received countless stories and written testimonials from you — our loyal supporters — about why you plan to vote for Nader/Gonzalez.

Now, we need you to help us show the country the full spectrum of Nader/Gonzalez supporters — among them Independents, Republicans, Democrats and Greens.

So, we’ve come up with a video contest.

You send us your video testimonial telling us why you are voting for Nader/Gonzalez.

We’ll pick our favorite ones and post them to our official Nader/Gonzalez YouTube channel.

And then we’ll send them to our supporters to forward to their friends.

So, here is how it’s going to work:

In your video, tell us your name, where you live, a little bit about yourself and your family, and most importantly, why you are voting for Nader/Gonzalez.

Your video testimonial should be 60 seconds or less.

Make the video.

You can do it from your webcam on your computer, from your videocam, high quality, low quality — it’s the message, not the quality, that we’re looking for.

We need your video testimonials to convince America that it’s time to break away from the corrupt two political parties.

So, send along your "Why I’m Voting for Nader/Gonzalez" videos now.

And we’ll post the best ones later this week.

Onward to November

The Nader Team

PS: Remember, if you donate $4, or $44, or $444 — or any amount with the number four in it by midnight tonight — we will e-mail to you tomorrow a replica of the 1958 Harvard Law Record article by Ralph Nader titled — "The American Automobile: Designed for Death?" It was Ralph’s first published work on auto safety. And if you donate $100 or more, we will ship to you the hard cover 40th Anniversary edition of Unsafe at Any Speed — Ralph’s historic expose on the American automobile industry. It was the book that launched the American consumer movement and saved hundreds of thousands of lives.