North Carolina election board delays approval for RFK Jr.’s party but greenlights another

North Carolina election board delays approval for RFK Jr.’s party but greenlights another


The North Carolina Board of Elections decided to further postpone voting on approving ballot access for Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s We the People Party and Cornel West’s Justice for All Party.

Having met the signature threshold as mandated by the state, the board approved the Constitution Party, with Randall Terry as its presidential nominee.

While the first two parties lean closer to the left and could potentially draw votes away from Democrats, Terry’s party emphasizes conservative values.

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Last month, with Democrats opposing the decision and Republicans in favor of it, the board voted 3-2 along party lines to deny access for all three parties.

This time, they approved the Constitution Party but delayed voting on the other two parties indefinitely.

By a unanimous vote, Terry’s

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