Kanye West has submitted documents and is eligible to participate in the upcoming Colorado presidential election.
West submitted the state at 3 pm local time on Wednesday and paid a fee of $1,000. Betsy Hart, a spokesperson for the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office, confirmed to Fox News. He provided paperwork to nine potential voters who represented him, all of whom were found to be registered voters in Colorado. He listed Michelle Tidball from Cody, Wyoming, who was responsible for online Bible studies.
West submitted paperwork on Wednesday to participate in the Ohio vote. The rapper has now submitted documents to appear on ballots in eight states, but his campaign faces many obstacles in some states.
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He was removed from the New Jersey ballot this week due to an invalid signature. He has missed the deadline to appear in the South Carolina ballot. Illinois officials are also challenging his signature and paperwork.
Election lawyer Scott Salmon questioned West’s application last week and told Fox News that all Wests’ signatures in New Jersey were false.
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Salmon told Fox News: “In fact, every signature comes from the same person.”
Since the beginning, the musician’s presidential campaigns have been controversial over and over again, because there have been many inflamed and embarrassing tweets and appearances in recent weeks, and many people have questioned his mental state.
Recently, West yelled about abortion in the black community and criticized his critics because he was “worried” about crying because of the possibility of aborting his firstborn son.
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A poll conducted last month showed that West received 2% support.
Andrew Craft of Fox News contributed to this report.