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Nader enters race, rejecting label of potential 'spoiler'

Consumer advocate Ralph Nader announced that he will run for president in an interview with Tim Russert yesterday. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader announced that he will run for president in an interview with Tim Russert yesterday. (Alex Wong/Getty Images for 'Meet the Press')
By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / February 25, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Consumer advocate Ralph Nader, widely blamed by Democrats for siphoning votes from Al Gore in 2000 and thereby helping George W. Bush win the White House, announced yesterday that he will run for president again this fall. (Full article: 915 words)

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