Kanye West jumps on the Arkansas ballot as a free candidate for president

Only 15 minutes before the early afternoon cutoff time, Kanye West figured out how to present his appeal to jump on the Arkansas ballot as a free candidate for president in November. TMZ reports that West turned in his necessary 1,000 signatures, and the state will presently vet them to guarantee that they are all from enrolled Arkansas voters, a barricade that recently pained the rapper in Illinois.

Recorded as West’s Vice Presidential candidate is Michelle Tidball, the Wyoming-based “biblical life coach” who has gotten genuine investigation for her perspectives on emotional well-being since West culled her from indefinite quality. Tidball was likewise recorded in the VP opening when West petitioned for Missouri’s ballot a week ago.

Getting recorded on the Arkansas ballot is an uncommon advance forward for West’s insane battle, which is seen by numerous individuals as to a greater degree a riotous sideshow than a genuine run for the White House. Likewise on Monday, West neglected to document so as to jump on the Kansas ballot, as the Secretary of State’s office said that he neglected to present the necessary 5,000 signatures and will accordingly just be qualified as a write-in candidate.