Nader predicts he will be on the Wyoming ballot

Cheyenne, Wy – Independent presidential candidate Ralph
Nader says he believes that, in the future, burning coal to produce electricity will be considered a crime against humanity because of carbon dioxide emissions.
Nader, a longtime consumer rights advocate and perennial political candidate, held a news conference Thursday at the Wyoming State Capitol. Wyoming is the nation's leading producer of coal.
The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office is still reviewing
Nader's nominating petitions to see if he has enough signatures to
qualify for November's general election ballot. Nader says he's
confident he will be on the ballot in Wyoming and in more than 40
other states.