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Kennedy Campaign Wins First DNC Ballot Access Challenge, We The People Party Officially on Ballot in Hawaii

HONOLULU, HI—APRIL 20, 2024—Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s new political party, We The People, will officially appear on Hawaii’s general election ballot following a Friday ruling that blocked an effort by Hawaii Democrats to disqualify his ballot access. The ruling marks a campaign victory in the DNC’s first attempt to remove the Kennedy-Shanahan ticket from the ballot in a state. 

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Kennedy Gains Ballot Access in Battle Ground State of Michigan

LANSING, MI—APRIL 18, 2024—Independent Presidential Candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. today announced the campaign has gained ballot access in Michigan. Kennedy was nominated for president and Nicole Shanahan was nominated for vice president by the Natural Law Party in Michigan.

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Kennedy Collects Needed Signatures to Gain Ballot Access in Nebraska

LINCOLN, NE—APRIL 9, 2024—Independent Presidential Candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. today announced the campaign has collected the necessary signatures to put “Bobby on the Ballot” in Nebraska. The campaign has collected more than 4,800 signatures in Nebraska, nearly twice as many as required. 

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Kennedy Collects Needed Signatures to Gain Ballot Access in Idaho

BOISE, ID—APRIL 4, 2024—Independent Presidential Candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. today announced the campaign has collected the necessary signatures to put “Bobby on the Ballot” in Idaho. The campaign has collected more than 2,000 signatures in Idaho, twice as many as required.

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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.

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