Thursday, September 23, 2004


The Oregon Supreme Court has knock Ralph Nader off the ballot for Nov.'s election. According to the AP, The Court agreed with Democratic Secretary of State Bill Bradbury that Nader was 218 signatures short of the required 15,306.

Given the competitive nature of Oregon this election, and last (Gore won the state by only a half a percentage point), and the attractiveness of Nader in the state (he received 5% of the vote in 2000) this is certainly welcome news for the Kerry camp.