March 27, 2024

North Texas Man Enters Presidential Race as ‘Literally Anybody Else’

You have to love the people of Texas…

One Texan decided to take a shot at the presidency, but first, he had to make a name change.

The man now has a first name of “Literally,” a middle name of “Anybody”, and a surname of “Else.”

So, his name will appear on the ballot as “Literally Anybody Else.”

New Contender

Voters got their first look at the new presidential candidate prior to a Dallas Stars hockey game at the American Airlines Center, where Literally Anybody Else was speaking to fans before the game with his campaign slogan, “Literally Anybody Else 2024.”

Mr. Else is an Army Veteran who stated that the judge was not really amused when he put in for his name change, but that is his right, so the name change was approved.

Mr. Else does not like the candidates in this election, so he wants to give people an option, stating, "This isn't about me 'Literally Anybody Else' more so as it is an idea. We can do better out of 300 million people for president.”

Here is a recent interview…

Mr. Else has filed with the FEC to be on the ballot, and now he just needs the signatures to get on the ballot in Texas for the November election.

Hence, he was at the game, trying to get the number of signatures needed on his petition so he could run as an independent candidate.

To be clear, Mr. Else does not really expect to win this election, but he is hoping to get enough support to make his point.

He stated, "I'm not delusional. This will be very hard to do, but it's not impossible.

“My hope is to have Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and then Literally Anybody Else right underneath.

"I really want there to be an outlet for folks like me who are just so fed up with this constant power grab between two parties that has no benefit for the common person."

His task will be tough to get on the ballot, as he needs 113,151 signatures from people who did not vote in the primary elections. He will need to do more than hanging out at the American Airlines arena to get that.

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