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Feb 06, 2024

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RFK Jr. Rallies Tucson Supporters On The Campaign Trail

13 News (Tucson) reports: With election season in full swing, candidates are on the campaign trail to get their priorities out to the country, and independent hopeful Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. made a stop to speak with Tucson voters. During his speech, he addressed immigration, affordable housing, the environment, and honest government. Tucsonans who turned out to hear him speak said they were drawn to Kennedy over Trump or Biden because of his stance on issues important to Tucsonans, his honesty, and his focus on putting Americans first. “R.F.K Jr. actually talks about putting America and Americans first in the policies he is addressing whether it is the border whether it is foreign wars,” said Hunter Rosen, a Kennedy supporter. The message of putting America first drew hundreds of Tucsonans to the Fox Theatre. Some voters who have been following Kennedy since he announced his run said he brings fresh ideas and approaches to issues they are concerned about. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Feb 06, 2024

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RFK, Jr. Holds Rally In Downtown Tucson

KGUN 9 reports: With so many independent voters in Arizona, independent candidate for president Robert F Kennedy, Jr. came to Tucson Monday night to make his plea to get on the Arizona ballot. “Bobby Kennedy and his centrist approach is really attractive to all voters,” independent voter Wyatt Forde said. In Tucson, the Pima County Recorder’s Office says independent voters make up over 93 thousand voters, which is about 33 percent, or about a third, of the overall voters. Kennedy said he’s focusing on independent voters in battleground states like Arizona. “Arizona is one of the battleground states. It’s a state that basically split even the last election,” Kennedy said. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Feb 05, 2024

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RFK Jr. Courts Las Vegas Voters as Alternative to Trump vs. Biden

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports: Independent presidential candidate and former Democrat Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. delivered a wide-ranging campaign speech to Las Vegas Valley supporters Sunday at Area 15. Kennedy, who is trying to position himself as a viable alternative to a Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden rematch, focused the first part of his speech on America’s health crisis and the purported link between Big Pharma and many of the government’s federal institutions. He claims Americans have been lied to by corporate interests and lobbyists who are intent on treating medical conditions for profit rather than promoting health and wellness. “Why are we not asking the next question,” he said to around 500 supporters about why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is allegedly not focusing its efforts on Americans’ health, which has been declining at an exponential rate for decades. “Why are we the sickest people on Earth?” Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Feb 03, 2024

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Democratic and Republican Elites Fear RFK Jr.’s Growing Path to Victory

The Hill reports: In what is shaping up to be a three-person contest between President Joe Biden, former President Donald Trump, and independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the question becomes: Which candidate can garner 34 percent of the popular vote or higher? While many “experts” still dismiss the possibility of an independent or third-party candidate winning the election, there seems to be a bit more hand-wringing and whistling past the graveyard amongst both Democratic and Republican operatives. Most especially as there is now a possibility that Kennedy may run on the Libertarian Party ticket. Kennedy’s words and warnings are now resonating with young voters here in the U.S. So much so that he now leads both Biden and Trump with that demographic. All of that hints at a very interesting political and electoral possibility. What if Kennedy — who “has no chance” and is only going to serve as a “spoiler” — not only runs on the Libertarian Party ticket and gets on key swing state ballots but continues to peel off more and more young and independent voters with a smattering of dissatisfied Democrats and Republicans? Some polls have already shown Kennedy at about 21 percent of the popular vote. With just over nine months to go before the election, what if he grows his support at just over 1 percent per month? Impossible? Well, in a nation where 70 percent of the voters have said they prefer the Democratic and Republican nominees weren’t named Biden and Trump, the “impossible” might be a much lower hurdle to clear. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jan 30, 2024

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Elon Musk Goes Viral For Endorsing RFK Jr. Speech Hitting Baby Boomers

Fox News reports: Tech billionaire Elon Musk endorsed a speech by 2024 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Sunday that criticized baby boomers' voting habits and praised podcast host Joe Rogan. In a video clip that has accumulated more than 475,000 views on X, Kennedy admitted that he is polling poorly among those born between 1946 and 1964 and attributed their lack of support to how the boomer generation consumes media. "They have a disability, which is they only get their news from ABC, NBC, CNN, MSNBC and The New York Times," Kennedy said in the speech. "And if I were living in that information ecosystem, I would have a low opinion of myself as well." Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jan 28, 2024

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Opinion: As President, I Will Stand With United Steelworkers

Newsweek reports: On December 18, 2023, Nippon Steel announced that they had reached an agreement with U.S. Steel management to acquire the 122-year-old steel maker and iconic symbol of American industrial strength for $55 a share or $14.9B. The United Steelworkers of America, who are affected most by this deal, were denied a seat at the table during negotiations with Nippon and are adamantly opposed to the sale. Because Nippon is a foreign company and the steel industry has importance for national security, the deal requires approval of the CFIUS (Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States) chaired by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. The sale has been met with bipartisan opposition. Those opposed include Republican Senators J.D. Vance, Marco Rubio, and Josh Hawley, as well as Democratic Senators Sherrod Brown, John Fetterman, and Joe Manchin. Due to pressure exerted by the Steelworkers, the White House has said "the deal merits serious scrutiny." I am opposed to the sale for a number of reasons. For starters, the board and management of U.S. Steel essentially auctioned off the company to the highest bidder for the sole purpose of aggrandizing shareholders equity at the expense of the Steelworkers. Second, the deal was struck behind closed doors without the participation of the United Steelworkers of America. This is a direct violation of the U.S. Steel-USW Basic Labor Agreement, which allows the union itself to bid for the company or assign their right to bid to another bidder. Finally, the Steelworkers union has expressed grave concern over the sale of a storied Industrial asset vital to national security. This should concern all Americans as well. Read the full opinion piece here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jan 27, 2024

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Visits Charleston, WV

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. speaks to voters in Charleston, West Virginia, making the case for why he is the logical choice for a nation deeply divided by the current political climate.     If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jan 26, 2024

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Democratic Concerns Grow Amid RFK Jr. Ballot Push In Battleground States

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s announcement Tuesday that he had amassed enough signatures to qualify for the New Hampshire ballot for the general election, after already getting on Utah’s, is drawing fresh concern from Democrats over how he could transform the race.     If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jan 26, 2024

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RFK Jr. Surfing with Kelly Slater

In this episode of the Stoked Bloke Show, Barton Lynch and Peter PK King discuss Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s visit to Hawaii and his birthday surf with World Surf League champion, Kelly Slater. Watch the full episode here: If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jan 25, 2024

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RFK Jr. Praises Texas In Battle With Biden Over Border

The Hill reports: Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on Thursday backed Texas in its ongoing battle with the federal government over border authority, criticizing the Biden administration for its handling of the U.S. southern border. “Texas is right. Biden’s failure to secure the border leaves states no choice but to take matters into their own hands,” Kennedy wrote in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter. “As President, I will end this humanitarian crisis once and for all. I will secure the border and destroy the business model of the drug cartels. A country without borders is not a country at all.” Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jan 24, 2024

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RFK Jr. Speaks At University of Alabama

CBS 42 reports: Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who is running as an independent, made a campaign stop Wednesday afternoon at the University of Alabama to speak to students at the Bryant Conference Center. Kennedy discussed many issues that are impacting young voters such as loan debt, the economy and restoring the American dream. Kennedy also said if elected, he will build a brighter future for young Americans. “We are in the process now of getting onto the ballot for all 50 states plus the District of Columbia,” Kennedy said. “In Alabama, we need 5,000 signatures, and so we are launching our petition drive now. Right now, I am leading President Trump and President Biden among all Americans under 45 years old, and I am beating them also with independent voters, and independents will be the largest political party in the country.” Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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Jan 24, 2024

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RFK Jr. Has Enough Signatures To Qualify for New Hampshire Ballot

The Hill reports: Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is now eligible to appear on the New Hampshire ballot in November, his campaign announced. Kennedy gathered the requisite 3,000 signatures to be an official contender in the general election in the Granite State, a significant potential battleground state that comes amid his months-long push to get on as many states as possible ahead of their deadlines. “Democracy is much more than voting. I’m inspired by how enthusiastic people are to collect signatures, create new political parties, and rally for real change,” Kennedy said in a statement Tuesday evening during the end of the New Hampshire primary. “This kind of energy is what will get us onto the ballot in every state and fuel our voter registration and GOTV operation as we head toward Election Day,” he said. Read the full article here. If you resonate with this message please subscribe to our newsletter to learn more.

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