RFK Jr. Could Qualify for CNN Debate with Trump and Biden, but Faces Uphill Battle

RFK Jr. Could Qualify for CNN Debate with Trump and Biden, but Faces Uphill Battle


Independent Robert F. Kennedy can qualify for the June presidential debate if he meets certain requirements that former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden will easily satisfy.

To qualify for the June 27 CNN debate, candidates must meet multiple requirements. For starters, they must “appear on a sufficient number of state ballots to reach the 270 electoral vote threshold,” the network notes.

While Trump and Biden will easily meet this requirement as the presumptive nominees of the two major parties, the Kennedy campaign is still working to gain ballot access in all 50 states.

CNN notes that he has made the ballot in five states, while his campaign website states that he has completed petitioning in 14 states thus far.

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