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Kanye West rejoins the 2020 presidential election, on ballot in Oklahoma

The rapper has paid $35,000 fee to run as an independent candidate, but confusion remains amid reports he was ending his campaign

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What in da hell is really going on in 2020? LOL!

Welp, it seems like Kanye West will be rejoining the 2020 Presidential race after one of his campaign members claimed he dropped out earlier this week.

Thursday, Kanye filed with the Federal Election Commission.

He has already spent more than $5,000 in campaign-related expenses.

Kanye’s party is listed ad BDY. And the name of his political committee is “Kanye 2020.”

Kim and Kanye bought a property in Cody, Wyoming which is where he lists his residence in the filing.

Kanye filed his Statement of Organization for the campaign, Wednesday declaring the Kanye 2020 committee will serve as the Principal Campaign Committee.



Kanye also filed legal documents qualifying him to get on the ballot in Oklahoma, however, he missed the Wednesday deadline in the battleground state of Florida.



Who would Kanye help and who would he hurt?


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