Madison, Wisconsin (WMTV)-When rapper Kayne West bid for the presidential election in Wisconsin in November this year, he posed at least two challenges.
According to the Wisconsin State Election Commission, Friday posed two challenges to West. In both challenges, supporters argued that West’s nomination document (his voting application) was not sufficient to meet WEC’s requirements and should therefore be invalidated.
The first challenge raised by the Milwaukee-based lawyer Joseph R. Santeler was that West did not provide his real residential address in the nomination document, but instead provided his business address in Wyoming. . Santeler went on to say that West’s nomination documents were not submitted in time by the 5 pm deadline last Tuesday, and the circulator-the person who asked residents to sign a petition to vote the candidate-did not indicate their full address in the nomination document .
In the second complaint, four people named William Brent II, Richard Hughes, Keith Smith and Lauren Steven argued that for similar reasons, West̵
They believe that West’s nomination documents were not submitted in time by the 5 pm deadline. The circulator misled the signatory; and the circulator did not provide the correct address in the nomination document.
On August 5, West formally applied to represent the President of the United States in his name in Wisconsin elections.
He is attending BDY (birthday party) tickets with Vice President Michelle Tidball.
Democrats claim that Republicans are assisting Western candidates in obtaining votes for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
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