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Political Parties have become the most influential aspect of an election, even more so than the candidate at times. Political party affiliation is typically a bigger influence on how people vote than the actual candidate. However, many people feel that the two party system does not encourage real change by the politicians and maintains a status quo. In the Presidential election of 2000, third party candidate Ralph Nader had a major impact on the election. Explain Nader's impact on the election.

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    The votes that he received from the democrats drew people away from voting for Al Gore. Thus causing an uproar amongst many people. It ultimately won George Bush the election.

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