RFK Jr. Claims He’s Qualified for Another State

(NationRise.com) – The presidential campaign of independent candidate Robert Kennedy Jr. said on March 5 that the political leader qualified for the general election ballot in the state of Nevada. In a press release, Kennedy said that he had reached the end of the primary and the beginning of a general election, which he believed he could win. He explained that he had chances as almost 70 percent of all Americans didn’t want a rematch of the 2020 presidential election between US President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Instead, Kennedy claimed that Americans want a politician who can represent hope and healing for the United States after so many years of polarization. He added that voters want a person who has an “inspiring vision for America.”

Trump’s massive victories in Super Tuesday’s elections got him closer to becoming the Republican Party’s nominee, especially after presidential candidate Nikki Haley dropped out of the race following the results of the electoral event. While there have been many speculations about whether the Democratic Party will force President Biden to resign because of his age, he remains the frontrunner in the primary. He will probably end up becoming the party’s nominee.

Over the last few weeks, Kennedy has said that one of the main reasons why he believed that he had a chance to become the next president was because both Trump and President Biden are unpopular. However, many polls have shown it would be difficult for him to win the election.

In his press release, the independent candidate said that his campaign collected over 15,000 signatures in Nevada. He added that he’s looking forward to taking on Trump and President Biden on some of the issues that Americans are mostly interested in. Kennedy said these include ending the “forever wars” and the United States intrusion in foreign armed conflicts, as well as making health care and housing affordable to everyone.

So far, Utah remains the only state where he’s able to run. He received ballot access after his presidential campaign reached the 1,000 signatures requirement before the March deadline.

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