Kanye West To Re-run For US Presidency In 2024 As He Concedes Defeat In 2020 Election After Getting Just 57,000 Votes In 12 States

Kanye West To Re-run For US Presidency In 2024 As He Concedes Defeat In 2020 Election After Getting Just 57,000 Votes In 12 States

Kanye West To Re-run For US Presidency In 2024 As He Concedes Defeat In 2020 Election After Getting Just 57,000 Votes In 12 States

Rapper, Kanye West has revealed he will run for presidency in 2024, as conceded defeat in the US presidential election after getting only 57,000 votes in 12 states.

Kanye took to his Twitter page to share a photo of himself posing in front of an electoral map and wrote: ‘WELP KANYE 2024.’

Kanye West To Re-run For US Presidency In 2024 As He Concedes Defeat In 2020 Election After Getting Just 57,000 Votes In 12 States 5

Kanye West launched a campaign in July 2020 to run for president against President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden under his self-described ‘Birthday Party.’

He made it on the ballot as either an independent or third-party candidate in 12 states, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Utah, Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Vermont.

Voting for the first time in a US Presidential election, Kanye revealed he voted for himself and wrote his own name along with his Vice presidential pick Michelle Tidball on the ballot in Wyoming, after he failed to submit enough petition signatures in August to get onto the Wyoming ballot.

After voting for himself, Kanye conceded defeat after garnering a little more than 57,000 votes, as the results came out on November 4.

According to the Associated Press, West appeared on the ballot in 12 states and his best performance in the election was in Tennessee, where he won 10,188 votes.

In Colorado, which went for Democrat Joe Biden, West won nearly 6,000 votes. He also received a little more than 1,200 votes in Vermont, a state which Biden also won.

In Utah, 4,053 voters cast their ballots for West, according to the AP tally.

West also received thousands of votes in Arkansas (3,979); Idaho (2,309); Iowa (3,179); Kentucky (6,259); Louisiana (4,837); Minnesota (6,796); Mississippi (3,009); and Oklahoma (5,587).

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