Eliminating Kanye West from the presidential election.
Officials in Wisconsin have voted to get rid of Kanye West from the presidential ballot within the state. Kanye West has been faraway from the presidential ballot in Wisconsin.
The “All Day” hitmaker’s campaign to be President of the USA has been rocked by another blow after the Wisconsin Elections Commission voted on Thursday to get rid of him from the ballot within the swing state – which has 10 electoral votes – because he didn’t file the specified documents before the state’s 5 August deadline for independent candidates, TMZ reports.
Kanye – who was also far away from the ballot in his home state of Illinois after officials ruled quite half his submitted signatures were invalid – had previously accused democrats in Wisconsin of spying on his presidential campaign.
His gripe came after a politician complaint was filed asking the Elections Commission to see his submitted documents for fake signatures.
In the 43-year-old rapper’s response to the complaint, he accused local democrats of hiring a personal investigator to probe his street team, who had been gathering signatures on his behalf, as a part of an “organized effort of harassment and intimidation” against his campaign, but insisted they were wasting their time as there was no wrongdoing to uncover.
Earlier this month, Kanye published his presidential platform – which details the formal set of principal goals he hopes to realize if he wins the election – at kanye2020.country.
His plans include a desire to bring prayer back to classrooms, reform the police, seek racial justice within the courts, and promote “creativity and therefore the arts”.
The “Bound 2” hitmaker also hopes to “restore the sound national economy” also as reduce student loan debt, restructure the education system, and prioritize renewable energy resources.
Kanye – who has four children with wife Kim Kardashian West – punctuated each of the points on his website with a quote from the Bible.
The website also allows visitors to donate between $20 and $1000 to his party, also as a check-in with their email address and telephone number to point out their support for his campaign.