In this Aug. 8, 2000 file photo, Jim Mangia, right, the national secretary for the Reform Party, points as he leads a group of national committee members walking out of the party's credential committee meeting in Long Beach, Calif.
In this Aug. 8, 2000 file photo, Jim Mangia, right, the national secretary for the Reform Party, points as he leads a group of national committee members walking out of the party's credential committee meeting in Long Beach, Calif. STEPHAN SAVOIA AP
In this Aug. 8, 2000 file photo, Jim Mangia, right, the national secretary for the Reform Party, points as he leads a group of national committee members walking out of the party's credential committee meeting in Long Beach, Calif. STEPHAN SAVOIA AP
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