Will the third time be a charm for Ralph Nader? The Independent announced this morning on NBC's Meet the Press with Tim Russert that he intends to run for president.
According to the New York Times Nader received only 0.3 percent of the vote in 2004. He appeared on the ballot in 34 states.
Some Democrats sill hold a grudge against the candidate for his 2000 run on the Green Party ticket when he earned just 2.7 percent of the vote and some argue, cost Democratic nominee Al Gore the election.
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