Nader’s chances of becoming president
are slim. Well, of course. But here‘s even more proof. As of now, Ralph is not going to appear on the ballot in some of the most populous states. That means his overall popular vote is pretty much doomed to sink below 2 percent, and more importantly, it means he is not competing in states worth a total of 218 votes. To win, you need 270. If Nader is kept off the ballot in, say, Florida, Washington, Mississippi and Kentucky, there is no scenario in fantasy or science fiction that would let him win the White House.

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