Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Rejected As Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Rejected As Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee


Although there was speculation independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. may seek the Libertarian Party nomination for nationwide ballot access, voters at the Libertarian National Convention rejected RFK Jr. as the party’s candidate.

RFK Jr. was eliminated in the first round of voting.

He garnered support from approximately 2 percent of delegates.

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The lackluster performance follows the presidential candidate giving a speech at the convention.

🚨 JUST IN: @RobertKennedyJr has been ELIMINATED from the race to be the Libertarian nominee for President

RFK Jr. put his name on the ballot and only received 2% of the vote—even after giving a speech at the convention.

Abysmal. pic.twitter.com/KBZq7DIm6c

— Nick Sortor (@nicksortor) May 26, 2024

RFK Jr. finished in eighth place out of 10

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