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Campaigns and Elections news and analysis from The Nation

  • November 6, 2003

    The Democrat-Green Death Struggle

    In 2000, George W. Bush won 48 percent of the national vote, against a combined total of 52 percent for Al Gore and Ralph Nader.

    Micah L. Sifry

  • November 6, 2003

    Ralph Redux?

    Not only Democrats but many Greens oppose a Nader run in 2004.

    Micah L. Sifry

  • November 6, 2003

    Also Turned Away

    Forty-four states in the United States today bar people with mental illnesses from voting.

    Michael Chandler and Jamie York

  • November 6, 2003

    The Last Disenfranchised Class

    Nearly 5 million Americans can’t vote because of felony convictions.

    Rebecca Perl

  • November 6, 2003

    Why We Still Need a Third Party

    To gauge the level of hatred entertained by liberals for the Bush Administration, take a look at the bestseller lists.

    Alexander Cockburn

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  • November 6, 2003

    The Activist Primary

    A day before the International Committee of the Red Cross announced it would reduce its presence in Iraq because the country was becoming increasingly dangerous, President Bush said he would ru

    John Nichols

  • November 6, 2003

    One Year and Counting

    There will be a presidential election in a year, and it will come as no surprise that we hope Election Night 2004 ends early with the defeat of George W. Bush.

    The Editors

  • October 30, 2003

    Labor Warms to Dean

    Even as the labor leaders who support him are redoubling efforts to secure the Democratic presidential nod for Dick Gephardt, it is becoming increasingly clear that the former House minority le

    John Nichols

  • October 30, 2003

    Bloomberg’s Bad Idea

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    The Editors

  • October 30, 2003

    The Party of God

    As the 2004 election draws nearer and George W. Bush’s poll numbers grow shakier, White House operatives are devoting themselves to coddling the religious right.

    The Editors

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