Ralph Nader As part of Morning Edition's regular Monday coverage of third party Presidential politics, Host Bob Edwards talks to David Gillespie, an expert on the subject. Gillespie is Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty at Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina. He says Green Party nominee Ralph Nader could tip critical electoral votes from Democrat Al Gore to Republican George Bush and effect the outcome of the election.

Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader

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As part of Morning Edition's regular Monday coverage of third party Presidential politics, Host Bob Edwards talks to David Gillespie, an expert on the subject. Gillespie is Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty at Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina. He says Green Party nominee Ralph Nader could tip critical electoral votes from Democrat Al Gore to Republican George Bush and effect the outcome of the election.

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