Nader on the ballot in California

The following is a media release from the Nader presidential campaign:

August 2, 2008
Contact: Chris Driscoll (Washington), 202-360-3273, [email protected]


WASHINGTON, Aug. 2, 2008—-Ralph Nader and his vice presidential running mate, Matt Gonzalez, today clinched the California Peace and Freedom Party (PFP) nomination, guaranteeing the Independent candidates a spot on the state’s ballot in the November 2008 election. Nader and Gonzalez won the nomination on the first round at the PFP’s nominating convention taking place in Sacramento, Calif.

Mr. Ralph Nader is at 6 percent in the latest CNN poll. Now, unlike in 2004, he is on the ballot in California where 10 percent of Americans live. There can no longer be any justification—if there ever was—for Ralph Nader not being included in every national poll.

Nader and Mr. Gonzalez are on a campaign swing through California today and Sunday, making several campaign stops. For more on the Nader/Gonzalez California tour, see: Nader and Gonzalez in California.

For more information on the Nader/Gonzalez campaign, visit:

2 Responses to “Nader on the ballot in California”

  1. Impeach Bush Says:

    This is great news for the Nader/Gonzalez team! I think we all had an idea he would be their candidate though.

  2. Citizens For A Better Veterans Home[s] Says:

    Huh? Oh, like P2004? Duh? What were you thinking?

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