Nader Hits Snag on Michigan Ballot Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader argues that he should be on the ballot in Michigan by virtue of being endorsed by the state's Reform Party. Nader's status in the state remains in question, partly due to a split in the Reform leadership. Rick Pluta reports.
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Nader Hits Snag on Michigan Ballot

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Nader Hits Snag on Michigan Ballot

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Nader Hits Snag on Michigan Ballot

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Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader argues that he should be on the ballot in Michigan by virtue of being endorsed by the state's Reform Party. Nader's status in the state remains in question, partly due to a split in the Reform leadership. Rick Pluta reports.