Ralph Nader, who will officially capture the Green Party presidential nomination at the party’s convention in Colorado next weekend, is spreading his pro-environment, anti-corporate message with far more fervor than he did in his 1996 campaign. In the last three months, Nader has campaigned in 47 states and raised about $1 million, and he plans to raise $4 million more. If his early polling numbers hold up, he could win as much as 5 percent of the vote in states such as California, New Mexico, Washington, and Wisconsin, causing serious problems for Al Gore. Find out what Grist readers have to say about the Nader-vs.-Gore question in our letters section.