Kennedy Turns to Youth in Plight to Get on Ballots – Former Democrat turned presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is continuing on his journey to the White House, targeting Gen Z and Millenial voters. His new campaign event will be held at a sprawling 15,000-square-ft nightclub.

His campaign shared a written statement indicating he was intent on getting on the ballot in all 50 states and winning the contest, despite an uphill battle. The statement said that candidates traditionally spend millions of dollars to pay third-party companies to gather signatures, but his campaign is taking a different approach.

Their network of thousands of volunteers as well as events targeting young voters will be crucial in collecting the needed signatures for states that require them for independent candidates. The events will also feature opportunities for attendees to sign a petition to have Kennedy’s name added to the ballot in the state where they occur.

The next event will happen in Utah on November 30th in a massive 1,000-person nightclub called Sky SLC. It features three levels, a main stage, a professional sound system, VIP suites, and advanced lighting. RFK Jr is taking a different strategy than other candidates in pursuing the youth vote by attempting to entertain them.

RFK Jr’s campaign staff also cited two polls that showed RFK was preferable to both Joe Biden and Donald Trump amongst voters aged 18 to 34.

RFK Jr’s press secretary Stefanie Spear indicated they will have his name on the ballot in all 50 states thanks to their ballot access team doing the hard work of making sure they can acquire all the needed signatures. She said they were confident that not only would be on the ballot in all 50 states but that they are also confident he’ll get the 270 electoral votes required to win the presidency.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is anticipated to complete his 99-county tour of Iowa on Saturday, December 2nd. The event will take place at the Thunderdome, an entertainment complex 20 miles outside of Des Moines. DeSantis is proud to mimic Senator Chuck Grassley, who’s been visiting all 99 counties in his home state at least once a year for the 43 years he’s been in office. The feat of visiting all the counties is jokingly referred to as “The Full Grassley.”

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