RFK Jr. to Host Iowa Assembly to Achieve Ballot Access

DES MOINES, IA—APRIL 3, 2024—Independent Presidential Candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is hosting an assembly in Iowa on April 13. Iowa offers a special way to achieve ballot access in one day by having 500 eligible voters in the state attend an assembly and sign a form attesting they were present at the event. Iowans can register here to attend.

WHAT: Iowa Assembly
WHEN: Saturday, April 13 at 2 p.m. CT
WHERE: Val Air Ballroom, 301 Ashworth Road, West Des Moines, IA 50265
RSVP: Media must register with their name, outlet, title, and phone number to [email protected] and put IOWA ASSEMBLY in the subject line
LIVE-STREAM: The event will be live-streamed here
SET-UP: For priority placement, arrive by 1 p.m. CT

Kennedy is already on the ballot in Utah and has collected all the necessary signatures to be on the ballot in New Hampshire, Nevada, Hawaii, and North Carolina.

The Kennedy campaign has launched a robust ballot access plan to ensure the Kennedy-Shanahan ticket is on the ballot in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The campaign was already actively collecting signatures in 16 states before announcing a vice president. After the announcement, 19 additional states opened for petitioning.

“We have the field teams, volunteers, legal teams, paid circulators, supporters, and strategists ready to get the job done,” said Stefanie Spear, campaign press secretary.

Last week, Kennedy welcomed attorney and tech entrepreneur Nicole Shanahan to the campaign as his vice presidential running mate at a packed rally in Oakland, California. Millions watched on TV and social media as Kennedy and Shanahan pledged to restore the middle class, end the chronic disease epidemic, unwind the war machine, and unravel the corporate capture of our government agencies.

Kennedy’s surging support across the country has made the election a three-way race. A recent Quinnipiac poll shows him leading Presidents Biden and Trump nationwide among voters under 35. An NBC poll shows 34% of people saying they could see themselves supporting RFK Jr. Another Quinnipiac Poll discussed on CNN shows Kennedy in a three-way tie with Presidents Biden and Trump among Latinos.

Kennedy leads Presidents Biden and Trump among independents. Independents continue to constitute the largest political bloc in the U.S., with an average of 43% of U.S. adults. In contrast, 27% of U.S. adults identify as Republicans and 27% of U.S. adults identify as Democrats.

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