Photograph of Ralph Nader on a background consisting of the American flag and a photograph of the White House. Yellow text.
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Ralph Nader ran for president in the 2000 election as a representative of the Green Party and his running mate was Winona LaDuke of the Ojibwe tribe in Minnesota. Nader was a lawyer, author, political activist, and lecturer who decided to run as a third-party candidate against Republican candidate George W. Bush and Democratic candidate Al Gore. Some of his campaign issues included universal healthcare, workers' rights, free education, affordable housing, and environmental justice. Ralph Nader was on the ballot in 43 states and he received 2.74 percent of the popular vote.
Source: Ralph Nader presidential campaign, 2000. (2018, July 16). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Nader_presidential_campaign,_2000