Reform Party Endorsement of Nader Could Land Him on Key State Ballots:
WASHINGTON — The Reform Party endorsed Ralph Nader for president Wednesday, providing the independent candidate a potential shortcut onto the ballot in the contested states of Florida, Michigan and Colorado. . . .
Democrats widely blame Nader for the narrow loss of the party's 2000 nominee, Al Gore. This year, Democrats fear that Nader — who is positioning himself as a "peace candidate" to court voters who oppose the Iraq war — could siphon crucial support from Kerry's left flank.
Democrats, seriously guys, let's get to work . . . that would be ALL of us, Mr. Kerry, Mr. Sanders . . . .