Ralph Nader has said the 220-year-old "Electoral College duopoly" has effectively locked out third-party and independent candidates and provides little reason for the major parties to foster innovation or progress to the political sphere. (John Tully/The Washington Times)

Ralph Nader has said the 220-year-old "Electoral College duopoly" has effectively locked out third-party and independent candidates and provides little reason for the major parties to foster innovation or progress to the political sphere. (John Tully/The Washington Times)