Independent Presidential candidate Ralph Nader hopes to set a new world record for campaign stops in one day

The Nader campaign blog reports

Ralph Nader will be running the Massachusetts Marathon.

And we’re hoping to put Ralph in the record books for most campaign stops in one day.

As a result, Ralph Nader and the Nader/Gonzalez road crew are in for the sprint of their lives.

Twenty-one campaign stops.

In 21 towns and cities across Massachusetts.

In one day — Saturday, October 25.

In other campaign stops, Nader is in Idaho and Washington State today, Montana and Colorado tomorrow, and a debate with Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin on Thursday in DC.

Next week, Nader is scheduled to be in Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania.

15 thoughts on “Independent Presidential candidate Ralph Nader hopes to set a new world record for campaign stops in one day

  1. paulie cannoli Post author

    I predict Nader will set this world record.

    He’ll also set world records for most campaigns for President back to back and oldest candidate to run for office anywhere, ever.

  2. Mike Gillis

    I predict Nader will set this world record.

    He’ll also set world records for most campaigns for President back to back and oldest candidate to run for office anywhere, ever.

    Naw, Ralph is far off from both of those records.

    Ralph’s run all-out three times (2000, 2004, 2008) and as a draft candidate who “stood” for president once (1996). I don’t count his 1992 “None of the Above” campaign in both major party primaries in NH as a run.

    But even if you did, he still falls short of Harold Stassen’s nine runs for the White House or Lyndon LaRouche’s eight runs. He even falls short of Eugene Debs’ five runs or Norman Thomas’ six runs as Socialist Party candidates for president.

    But I highly doubt that he’ll run again in 2012.

  3. paulie cannoli Post author

    Naw, Ralph is far off from both of those records.

    Ralph’s run all-out three times (2000, 2004, 2008) and as a draft candidate who “stood” for president once (1996). I don’t count his 1992 “None of the Above” campaign in both major party primaries in NH as a run.

    But even if you did, he still falls short of Harold Stassen’s nine runs for the White House or Lyndon LaRouche’s eight runs. He even falls short of Eugene Debs’ five runs or Norman Thomas’ six runs as Socialist Party candidates for president.

    Give him time.

  4. Gregg Jocoy

    That cool Ross. Here in South Carolina only people over 65 get to vote early, and that is by absentee ballot. Others who qualify for absentee ballots can cast them now here in SC, but you must meet their qualifications.

    I spoke earlier today with Eugene Platt and he related how excited he was to vote for Cynthia McKinney, Rosa Clemente and himself.

  5. Robert Milnes

    Ralph you moron; you just don’t get it. You could have picked a libertarian vp & formed a fusion tick & benn in contention with Nobama & McWar. But nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. You went right for the Bay Area pinko & fell right into the niche.

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