RFK Jr. Meets Requirements for Nevada Ballot, Campaign Confirms

Credits: Reuters

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has made significant strides in his campaign, securing enough signatures to qualify for the general election ballot in Nevada. His campaign also achieved a legal victory in Idaho, successfully pushing back an unconstitutional signature deadline.

While the signatures in Nevada still need to be verified by the state’s election office, Kennedy expressed confidence in his candidacy and his ability to offer voters a fresh alternative.

He emphasized that most Americans are seeking an alternative to a Trump/Biden rematch and are looking for a candidate who represents hope, healing, and an inspiring vision for America.

RFK Jr. (Credits: Fox News)

Kennedy’s presence on the ballot could have a significant impact, especially in swing states like Nevada, where the outcome could influence the allocation of electoral college votes.

His campaign has also progressed in other states, with Kennedy qualifying for the ballot in Utah and New Hampshire and supporters collecting the necessary signatures to establish the “We The People” party in Hawaii.

The pro-Kennedy super PAC American Values 2024 has pledged substantial financial support to help Kennedy get on the ballot in several other states, including Arizona and Georgia. Kennedy’s campaign has filed political party paperwork in several states, indicating a broad effort to secure ballot access nationwide.

In Idaho, Kennedy successfully challenged a state code mandating an early signature deadline, citing a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that deemed such deadlines unconstitutional. A U.S. District Court judge has indicated he will extend the deadline if the Idaho State Legislature fails to do so.

Kennedy’s campaign is gaining momentum, and his presence on the ballot in multiple states could make him a significant factor in the 2024 presidential election.

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