April 19, 2024

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Presidential election 'Literally Anyway' wants to see his name on the ballot

Presidential election  'Literally Anyway' wants to see his name on the ballot

(Houston) A Texan who changed his name to “Literally Anything Else” has decided to run for president in November, expected to face Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Donald Trump.


A 35-year-old Texas professor and veteran, who has legally changed his name to “Anybody Else,” is trying to collect signatures to run for president amid expectations of a 2020 rematch with 81-year-old Joe Biden. And Donald Trump, 77 years old, did not excite a large part of the American electorate.

“My name is 'Anyway' and I'm running for president of the United States,” he said in a recent interview with Texas channel WFAA. “It's not really about me, it's about the idea of ​​anybody else,” he explained.

From the middle of the 19th centurye Centennial, Republican and Democratic presidents are the only incumbents, although alternate candidates have also contested.

We can best find out among the estimated “300 million” Americans who are “Literally Anything Else” formerly known as Dustin Ebay. “Really, people like me who are fed up with this constant bipartisan power struggle that doesn't benefit the people should have an alternative.”

“People vote for the lesser evil, not someone they believe in or support,” he added. “They should have the choice to vote for someone who looks like them and represents them.”

The candidate, who is already campaigning in a “Literally Anyone 2024” T-shirt, needs at least 113,000 signatures from supporters who did not vote in the primary to be considered on the ballot.

In the current election, current President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are competing.

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“I'm not kidding myself. It's going to be very difficult, but not impossible. I believe Donald Trump, Joe Biden and below are 'somehow else,'” the potential replacement candidate said.

Voters also have the option to write “anybody else” directly on the ballot.