Robert F. Kennedy Jr. secures enough signatures to get on Georgia and Arizona ballots

Utah was the first state where Kennedy Jr. qualified to be on the 2024 ballot. 

Published: February 27, 2024 1:16pm

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has secured enough signatures for him to get on the 2024 Arizona and Georgia ballots, the super PAC backing the Democrat-turned-independent candidate confirmed Tuesday.

A spokesperson for the political action committee, American Values 24, confirmed to Just the News that the candidate will be on the swing state ballots. 

“We are pleased to announce that AV24 has met the signature requirements to get Robert F Kennedy Jr. on the ballot in Arizona and Georgia,” said Tony Lyons, co-founder of the PAC said in an email on Monday. 

“The grassroots energy and momentum give us more confidence than ever in our ability to knock out the remaining states on our list of states quickly," the email continued. "The remaining states are Michigan, South Carolina, Maryland, California, West Virginia, Indiana, Texas, Illinois, New York, and Massachusetts.” 

Utah was the first state in which Kennedy Jr. qualified to be on the 2024 ballot. 

He dropped out of the Democratic presidential primary last year to run as an independent candidate.

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