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THE MONEY / RALPH NADER
The Candidates:
• George W. Bush
• John Kerry
• Ralph Nader
• Third Parties
Showdown States:
The Conventions:
• Democratic
• Republican


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2004
October 1-13: $197,604.53
September: $339,001.83
August: $598,703.89
July: $684,750.42
June: $496,031.35
May: $189,555.02
April: $121,610.32
March: $127,514.06
February: $559,493
$3,317,003.73
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2004
October 1-13: $118,114.29
September: $435,192.14
August: $703,706.36
July: $778,596.55
June: $354,866.39
May: $287,553.85
April: $214,612.67
March: $123,426.00
February: $299,192
$3,316,068.95
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$934.78
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$77,899.50

About Ralph Nader:
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader announced on February 22, 2004, that he will run for president as an independent candidate to "challenge the two-party duopoly" he says is damaging American democracy. Nader has run three times for president, the last time in 2000, when he won 2.7 percent of the vote nationally. Many Democrats blame Nader's performance in Florida for costing then-Vice President Al Gore the election and fear his 2004 campaign will help re-elect Bush.
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NOTE
• Source: The information on this page is based on candidate filings with the Federal Election Commission
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