Friday, October 10, 2008
Ralph Nader, Peace and Freedom Party presidential candidate, spoke in the Durham Great Hall of the Memorial Union on Friday. He highlighted his stance on issues concerning the cause and state of the economy. Nader also highlighted his plan for an alternative energy source. Nader is an advocate for solar energy — a renewable resource he cites as being “far superior to more oil, coal and nuclear power.” The Nader campaign gains support by touring the states and receiving funds from willing participants. Nader is on the ballot in 45 states and is currently ranked first among the third-party candidates. Nader’s running mate is Matt Gonzalez, of San Francisco.
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