If you want to run for president, it helps to at least be a registered voter. Kanye West is now among those who can cast a ballot in 2020, and showed how simple the process is in a new video.
Kanye West is taking the 2020 election seriously. Even if he doesn’t end up following through on his declaration to run for president, he can at least still vote on Tues. Nov. 3 for who should hold the office. The 43-year-old is encouraging his fans to register to vote by showing how easy it is, hitting up his local county clerk’s office near his 9,000 acre ranch outside of the tiny town of Cody, Wyoming to register in person. It took less than five minutes, and Yeezy shared a Twitter video about how simple the process is.
“Hey what’s up everybody. Today I’m here at the county clerk’s office and I wanted to show you how I just registered to vote,” the “Jesus Walks” rapper told fans while looking into the camera. Kanye showed his love for his newly adopted home state, wearing a blue hoodie that read “Wyoming,” over the state’s symbol of a cowboy on a bucking bronco that is seen on Wyoming license plates. He then turned to talk down the hall as a slide came up that read, “I thank God and I am so humbled at the opportunity to serve. Vote.”
Kanye West arrives at L’avenue restaurant in Paris. Photo credit: Shutterstock
Kanye is then seen interacting with the Park County Clerk. He explained to the man, “I just want to show everyone how easy it is to vote here.” Ye then went over the brief paperwork, narrating each step. “New voter application. My name, my date of birth, my official Wyoming driver’s license, gender, phone number, address, political affiliation…” he ticked off as the registrar could be heard explaining, “Five minutes you can have that filled out and registered to vote.”
We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States 🇺🇸! #2020VISION
— ye (@kanyewest) July 5, 2020
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