No one but you would argue that those two sentences are incorrect.
#32 | Posted by rcade at 2015-05-04 03:27 PM | Reply | Flag:
OK, I looked it up and people who run in primaries typically do file the necessary forms so you are right.
But if your appearance on the final ballot is contigent on gaining the nomination of a party to which you don't belong, I find it hard to take your candidacy seriously because you certainly aren't.
My point should have been that Nader ran his campaign in such a way that he was an option on election day where Sanders is pretty much guaranteeing that his will not be the case (despite his having become a US senator as and indy).
So as far was which ran the smarter campaign I'd have to say Nader got much further than Sanders is likely to get....