Nobody for President 2004

On December 8, 1975, at the United State Cafe, on Haight Street, in San Francisco, I spoke with Wavy Gravy about voter apathy.

I pointed to some statistics that showed people were not registering to vote and aproximately 50% or less of the registered voters made it to the polls.

Wavy responded, "You mean Nobody is winning the Presidential elections?"

That question became the spark that ignited the Birthday Party's "Nobody for President Campaign".

Wavy became "Nobody's Fool", I became "Nobody's Campaign Manager", and the rest is history.

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Nobody is an AKA (also known as) for "None of the Above" and should be included on the voter ballot.

If a majority of people voted for "None of the Above" rather than "voting for the lesser of evils", it might force a situation where American Voters would have to find someone competent to lead them.

The Birthday Party's Nobody for President Campaign is a humorous approach to the elections designed to encourage people to register and vote. It is not an endorsement of mass apathy.

Apathy wins! 72% fail to vote
By Beth Barrett

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