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In 2004, Nader and the Constitution Party filed suit against the state of Hawaii saying that its ballot access laws were too stringent, requiring five times as many signatures for an independent presidential candidate, as for an entire new party.
For four years the Hawaii court system has been postponing this case, waiting for the State Supreme Court to issue a ruling in a related case also filed by Nader and the Constitution Party.
In 2004, Democratic Party operatives waged an intense, multi-state signature blocking effort to make sure that Nader's name appeared on as few state ballots as possible.
When Nader ran for President in 2000, he earned enough votes to be the margin of difference between the two major party candidates, George Bush and Al Gore.
In either case, the Supreme Court must now decide whether to review the case.
The Atlantic Monthly, in its list of the "100 most influential Americans," ranked Nader 96: "He made the cars we drive safer; thirty years later, he made George W.In October 2007, Nader filed a lawsuit, Ralph Nader v.