RFK Jr. Says He Met Requirements To Appear On Iowa's Presidential Ballot

The Des Moines Register reports:

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said he met the requirements to appear on Iowa’s general election ballot in November following a “convention” he held in West Des Moines Saturday.

“Thank you for getting us on the ballot here in Iowa,” he told a crowd that was several hundred people strong.

Kennedy is using a provision of Iowa law that allows independent presidential candidates to bypass the state’s standard requirement of 3,500 signatures by hosting a convention and identifying 500 eligible “electors” from at least 25 counties.

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