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Ezola B. Foster

Ezola Broussard Foster (born August 9, 1938) was the Reform Party of the United States of America Vice Presidential candidate in the 2000 elections.

Pat Buchanan selected her after several other candidates such as Jim Traficant and James P. Hoffa declined his offer. Foster at the time of her selection was a retired public school teacher from California and conservative political activist. Foster was born in Louisiana and earned her master degree in 1973. She had sought public office prior to 2000 and had run as a member of both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party.