For months, the 2020 presidential election has been a two-man, two-dimensional race.
On the right we have incumbent Republican President Donald Trump, with his fervent supporter base and the backing, (for the most part), of powerful Congressmen like Mitch McConnell.
Over on the left, there’s a Weekend at Bernie’s routine going on, as the Democratic Party works to minimize presumptive nominee Joe Biden’s time in front of the cameras on account of his near-constant stream of embarrassing and offensive dialogue.
But, voters in Colorado will have a third candidate to choose from this November, and it’s a doozy.
Rap superstar Kanye West will be on the ballot for the state of Colorado in November’s presidential election, the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office confirmed on Thursday.
West successfully filed the necessary paperwork by the deadline on Wednesday afternoon to become a candidate and paid the $1,000 fee, said Betsy Hart, a spokesperson for the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office.
West has had an on-again, off-again relationship with his own candidacy as of late, which really epitomizes the very essence of Kanye’s mild megalomania.
Americans have yet to come to a consensus on what, if any, impact West’s entrance into the race on the election itself.
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