Kanye West struggled for his presidential run in the 2020 election and alluded to another rather lengthy attempt four years from now – although this time he did not receive as many votes.
West gave in in a tweet after appearing on the ballot in 12 states during the presidential election between Democratic candidate Joe Biden and President Donald Trump.
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“WELP,” West said in the tweet. “KANYE 2024.”
West appeared on the ballot in 12 states and scored more than a thousand votes in all contests, according to the Associated Press preliminary results.
In Colorado, West received nearly 6,000 votes in a state that belonged to Biden. In Vermont, another Biden state, West received more than 1,200 votes, according to the tally.
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In Arkansas, he got 3,979 votes; in Idaho, he received 2,309 votes; in Iowa, he got 3,179 votes; in Kentucky, he got 6,259 votes; in Louisiana, he got 4,837 votes; in Minnesota, he got 6,796; in Mississippi, he got 3,009 votes; in Oklahoma, he got 5,587 votes; in Tennessee, he received 10,188 votes; and in Utah, he received 4,053 votes, according to preliminary results.
West announced earlier on Tuesday that he was voting for himself, the first time he voted in a US presidential election.
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“Good God … Today, for the first time in my life I vote for the President of the United States, and it is for the person I truly trust… me,” he tweeted.