With Bloomberg solidly out of the picture, third-party presidential candidate Ralph Nader has upped his campaign-cred by naming his number two. Matt Gonzalez, the shaggy Green Party, former San Francisco Supervisor is most popularly know for giving Gavin Newsom a run for his money in the 2003 mayoral race.
Nader, the first presidential candidate to round out his slate, tapped Texas-born, California-resident Gonzalez, giving him a winning electoral college recipe, should Nader's campaign make it to November's general election. Gonzalez was President of San Francisco's Board of Supervisors during Ralph Nader's last Green run for the White House, and is the only San Francisco politician who has mounted a serious challenge to Newsom.
What do you think? Is this a match made in heaven?