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Kanye West's Presidential Run Is A Mess, Could Face Fraud Investigation

By Ryan Naumann

Kanye West’s Presidential campaign is falling apart by the minute and he could face an election-fraud investigation.

According to reports, the state of Illinois has decided to remove Kanye’s name from the November ballot. A review was launched into the signatures Kanye submitted to the state. The investigation found 1,928 signatures were invalid out of 3,128 he submitted which put him below the 2,000 required signatures.

An “invalid” signature includes fake names, illegible names or names not connected to the state of Illinois. The decision is the latest setback in Kanye’s run for President. Last month, the state of New Jersey booted him from the ballot after reviewing his petition and finding “invalid” signatures.

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Political commentator, April Ryan, said on social media, “Two states declaring #KanyeWest ineligible to be on #POTUS ballot due to faulty signatures could open him up to an #ElectionFraud investigation.”

The news of Kanye being booted from the ballots comes after it was revealed he was working with Republicans.

The New York Times reported four people involved in Kanye’s presidential campaign to have G.O.P ties. The outlet said the individuals are working to make sure Kanye gets his name on the ballot in as many states as possible.


The NY Times said a republican named Mark Jacoby was helping Kanye. Mark was arrested for voter fraud in 2008. The other people with G.O.P. ties included Gregg Keller (who almost worked for President Trump) and Chuck Wilton (a convention delegate for Trump and his wife is a Trump appointee at the United States Department of Agriculture). The fourth person is a woman named Lane Ruhland who worked for the Republican National Committee in 2016.

As The Blast previously reported, sources connected to Kanye believe is in the middle of a Bipolar episode. He is currently on a vacation with his wife Kim Kardashian.

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