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Ralph Nader Supporters Warn Third-Party Voters: Don't Make The Same Mistake!

Chris Savage had had enough of Bill Clinton and his shenanigans by the time the 2000 election rolled around, and he wasn’t thrilled about putting his vice president, Al Gore, back in the White House for another four years. But as a Democrat, there was no way the 36-year-old Michigan resident was going to vote for George W. Bush either. Then, he found Green Party candidate Ralph Nader.
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