The Green Party decided informally this weekend to run a candidate in the 2004 presidential election, thus moving on from the "should we be spoilers again?" debate, according to the Washington Post. Here's how it went down:
[P]articipants said ? they were asked to stand in different parts of the room depending on how they felt about the presidential race.
Those who wanted a presidential candidate who would run the strongest possible campaign were asked to stand in one area. Those who wanted someone who would run only in areas where electoral votes would not be pulled from the Democratic presidential candidate stood in another. Those who wanted to skip the race altogether and, instead, support the Democratic candidate stood in yet another. [?]
The overwhelming majority of those present supported joining the race, according to several participants.
No word yet from Ralph Nader.
For information about potential candidates from just about every political party you could name, this website is pretty good.