Monday, July 1, 2024

RFK Jr. Submits Triple The Signatures Needed To Make New Mexico Ballot



Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s campaign announced on Monday that it has submitted the required signatures to gain ballot access in New Mexico. 

The campaign turned in 11,202 signatures last Thursday - over than triple the number required.


“People in the Land of Enchantment support Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for his efforts to revitalize the middle class and empower our youth,” New Mexico State Director Aaron Diaz said in a statement. “With an alternative to the two-party system, New Mexicans can now cast their ballots with confidence and hope for a promising new future.” 

New Mexico is now the 12th state that the Kennedy campaign has submitted signatures for ballot access, along with Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Alaska, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington.

The ticket, in which Kennedy is running with Nicole Shanahan as his Vice Presidential nominee, has officially made the ballot in eight states - Utah, Michigan, California, Delaware, Oklahoma, Hawaii, Texas, and South Carolina.

There are also six states that the Kennedy campaign has rounded up enough signatures for ballot access - Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, New Hampshire, and Nevada.

Overall, the Kennedy-Shanahan campaign has collected the signatures needed for ballot access in 26 states totaling 353 electoral votes - 65 percent of the 538 total electoral votes nationwide. 

"There are rare moments in life when you’re unequivocally sure of something, and submitting those signatures was one of those moments,” New Mexico Attorney Blair Dunn said. “After watching Kennedy’s performance at The Real Debate our confidence was cemented — he is the only hope for America.”

THE REAL DEBATE: If you missed The Real Debate, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s event in which he debated Presidents Biden and Trump, who excluded him from their CNN battle, please click here, as it is now available in its entirety on his YouTube page.

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