Thursday, May 16, 2024

RFK Jr. On Track To Be On Ballot In New Jersey



On Thursday evening, Independent Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr,'s campaign announced that it has collected all of the needed signatures to gain ballot access in New Jersey.

Volunteers in the Garden State gathered three times the necessary 800 signatures in just two weeks.

Joe Amoroso, the national field relations coordinator and petitioning lead in New Jersey, said in a statement, "Putting Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on the ballot in New Jersey marks yet another milestone in the state's long history of defending our nation's constitutional rights. Voters deserve a better alternative to the two-party system. We are honored to have helped give New Jerseyans a choice."

New Jersey is now the eighth state that the Kennedy-Shanahan ticket has now collected enough signatures for ballot access in, along with New Hampshire, Nevada, North Carolina, Idaho, Nebraska, Iowa, and Ohio. It has officially made the ballot in seven states - Utah, Michigan, California, Delaware, Oklahoma, Hawaii, and Texas.

Those 15 states comprise a total of 201 electoral votes, 37 percent of the 538 total electoral votes nationwide. The Kennedy campaign says they will be announcing one to three states where it's made the ballot per week.

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