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Kanye West Met With Complaint Over Legitimacy of Signatures on Presidential Ballot Petition in NJ

AceShowbiz Saturday, 1 August 2020 ()
Election law attorney Scott Salmon claims to have found at least 600 defective signatures from registered local voters with some displaying striking similarities in handwriting.
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News video: Kanye West files to appear on  New Jersey's presidential ballot

Kanye West files to appear on New Jersey's presidential ballot 00:55

According to 'New York Post,' West collected 1,327 signatures by Monday's deadline to file to appear on the state's ballot as an independent presidential candidate.

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