With a country split mostly down the middle, recent elections (1992 and 2000) showcased third-party candidates not only as vote getters, but as a fine way to erode support. In 1992, it was George H.W. Bush who was ousted when Republicans couldn't hold their lead over Bill Clinton. In 2000, Al Gore fell by a very tight margin, while Ralph Nader whittled away at Democratic votes by claiming a portion of the electorate.
To prevent this situation from decreasing Democratic support this year, Ralph Don't Run explains to visitors why and how to tell Ralph Nader to stay out of the race.