A Case West claims to be violating Arizona law. According to a lawsuit filed Monday in Maricopa County Superior Court:
The Secretary of State is asked to sign a form for “independent” nomination papers for the Presidential, Vice Presidential, and Presidential elections.
“I meet the legal requirements to be nominated as a candidate for public office in the general election. I am not a member of any recognized political party in the state of Arizona.”
The deadline for the West to have at least 40,000 signatures on applications to qualify for the November ballot is Friday; Millions of ballots are set to go to the printer next Tuesday for the November election.
Arizona is a battleground where a candidate with two or three percent of the vote can decide Judgment of the Presidential Election.
“Waiting is not an option,” said attorney Razian Carlton.
“The ‘drop-dead’ time limit for printing the ballot is imminent െങ്കിൽ If the western ballot is included, harm will occur; The inclusion of an unqualified candidate in the printed ballot will confuse voters and violate the key constitutional right of eligible candidates to vote. ”
In July, West announced a presidential bid seeking the country’s highest ranking ticket on a ticket called the “Birthday Party.”
Since then, signatures have been collected in several western states to win the ballot.
Democrats claim that Republicans are pushing West’s candidacy in several swing states to change the black vote from Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
West, who once supported the Republicans President Trump, Announced last month that it had severed ties with Trump and would launch its own presidential bid.