Nader running mate Matt Gonzalez won more votes in S.F. when he ran for supervisor in 2000 than as a vice-presidential candidate this year. By Will Harper If you want a measure of how sick everyone is of Ralph Nader, go no further than San Francisco. Nader is on pace to win a pitiful 4,000 votes ... More >>
Major public transit agencies around the country — including San Francisco's — may pay billions for risky deals with bankers.
By John Geluardi Three vice presidential candidates gathered in a small conference room at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Sunday evening to engage in a vigorous debate of ideas that have all but been eliminated from the Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns. All of the vice presid ... More >>
Ralph Nader and running mate Matt Gonzalez are looking to make a difference in the upcoming presidential election. Early polling suggests they just might.
Remember how Ralph Nader is running for president? And Matt Gonzalez signed on to be his vice-presidential candidate? They’re still doing that. Anyway, Gonzalez was on Democracy Now with Amy Goodman yesterday where they discussed those other candidates' economic and foreign policy stances. Gonzale ... More >>
They're actually out to stop spoiler candidates.
The Chronicle reports today the Ralph Nader has named former San Francisco Supervisor Matt Gonzalez as his partner in his bid for the presidency. Gonzalez narrowly lost the 2003 mayoral election to Gavin Newsom. -Andy Wright
Free culture champion and Stanford law professor, Larry Lessig announced today that he won't be running for Congress this year. He explains his decision in a video posted on his blog, in which he says that if the purpose of his running for congress was to inspire change, then losing big (and this se ... More >>
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