Kanye West does official ballot within Mississippi

The rapper has qualified to appear on the ballot as an independent candidate in many countries, including Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Utah.

To be eligible in Mississippi, he was obligated to pay a $2,500 fee to the Secretary of State’s Office and find the signatures of 1,000 Mississippi voters.

“It was intriguing to see him select Mississippi, and it’ll be interesting to find out what happens with this vote Nov. 3,” Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson stated after the board’s meeting. “However he did “

West, who endorsed Republican President Donald Trump, declared last month he had busted with Trump and could establish his presidential bid. His effort filed paperwork July 15 together with the Federal Election Commission. Neither West nor his spouse, Kim Kardashian West, were present in the assembly of the Mississippi Board of Election Commissioners Tuesday. ——

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