|In Brief -
In 2004, as an Independent on
the ballot in 34 states and DC, Nader-Camejo obtained 464,291
votes (0.38 percent of the popular vote), finishing third. In
2000, as the Green Party presidential nominee in 43 states and DC,
Nader-LaDuke obtained 2,882,737
votes (2.74 percent), finishing third. In
1996, as the Green Party presidential nominee, Nader obtained 685,128
percent), finishing fourth.
He also was a write-in candidate in the 1992 New Hampshire
primary. He has founded many organizations including the Center
Study of Responsive Law (1969), the Public Interest Research Group
Center for Auto Safety, Public Citizen, Clean Water Action Project, the
Disability Rights Center, the Pension Rights Center, the Project for
Corporate Responsibility and The
Multinational Monitor (a monthly magazine). Nader has
authored and co-authored numerous book. He worked as a
lawyer in Hartford, CT before moving to Washington, DC in 1965.
LL.B. from Harvard University, 1958; A.B. from Princeton University,
Feb. 27, 1934 in Winsted, CT.