(KCPW News) Consumer rights advocate and frequent presidential contender Ralph Nader will be in Salt Lake City tonight, joining former Mayor Rocky Anderson to speak at the University of Utah. The candidate, who has long been discouraged from running by Democrats because of the perception that he cost Al Gore the election in 2000, says that both parties are leaving several major issues out of the discussion this year. KCPW's Jeff Robinson spoke with Nader in advance of tonight's event to find out what those issues are.
Nader will speak tonight at the University of Utah's Libby Gardner Concert Hall. The event starts are 7:30, with the admission price set at a suggested contribution of $10 dollars, and $5 dollars for students.