Rapper Kanye West documents in Wisconsin to run for president


Rapper Kanye West filed signatures in Wisconsin Tuesday to run for president as an impartial candidate in November.

Rapper Kanye West documents in Wisconsin to run for president


The Wisconsin Elections Commission stated signatures had been submitted’ on behalf of West on the closing day for unbiased presidential candidates to put up the required 2,000 signatures of Wisconsin voters to get on the ballot. However, these signatures may want to be, challenged.

West and strolling mate Michelle Tidball listed themselves as candidates of the BDY, The Birthday Party. A former supporter of Republican President Donald Trump West broke with Trump and introduced his personal presidential bid-closing month.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission workforce will be reviewing the petitions in coming days to decide if there are adequate legitimate signatures and if the candidates meet all skills to get on the ballot. Trump narrowly received Wisconsin in 2016, snapping a string of Democratic presidential candidates triumphing the country going lower back to 1988.

West additionally submitted signatures in Arkansas this week to show up on that state's ballot this fall, and he additionally has submitted forms on show up on the ballot in Oklahoma. However, West withdrew his petition to show up as a presidential candidate on New Jersey's ballot.


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