Monday, November 14, 2016
The parallels between the U.S. elections of 2000 and 2016 are striking. A candidate seeking a third consecutive term in the White House for the Democratic Party narrowly wins the popular vote but loses the Electoral College to the Republican nominee, while a third-party candidate takes a significant and potentially decisive share of the vote.
Does that make Gary Johnson and Jill Stein the 2016 equivalent of Ralph Nader?
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