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Utah has become the first state to grant independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. access to its 2024 presidential ballot.

State Elections Director Ryan Cowley confirmed that Kennedy met the necessary 1,000 signatures before the early March deadline, marking his first successful state ballot qualification.

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This comes as both political parties have launched attacks against Kennedy, with the Republican National Committee (RNC) distributing a list of “23 reasons” to oppose him, framing him as a “typical Democrat politician.” Despite these criticisms Kennedy announced in October that he would run as an independent rather than seeking the Democratic nomination.

Kennedy’s campaign continues to attract attention, notably with the hiring of Del Bigtree, a leading anti-vaccine activist and executive director of the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), as its communications director.


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