Sign the petition to #LetKennedyDebate

Let Kennedy Debate

Let Kennedy Debate

126 signatures


SHARE TO BOOST THIS PETITION!

Latest Signatures
126
Pamela M.
125
Nancy B.
124
Nancy S.
123
Laurie N.
122
Jack G.
121
Carol G.
120
Kimberly K.
119
Charles W.
118
Louis C.
117
Heather F.
116
Richard G.
115
Nicholas S.
114
Michael P.
113
Brenda B.
112
Zachary L.
111
Jeannine B.
110
Chet W.
109
LeeAnne W.
108
Joshua O.
107
Kate B.

Sign this petition if you want to hear Kennedy exchange views on vital issues alongside Biden and Trump in the first presidential debate of 2024.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr has been a prominent voice in American politics and civic life for decades. He tirelessly advocates for the restoration of the American middle class, a healthier country, a cleaner environment, a safe and secure border and honesty in government.

In a democratic society, all voices must be given a platform, especially during presidential debates where the future of our nation is at stake. By allowing him to debate with Trump and Biden, voters will have an opportunity to hear the Kennedy solutions to the issues facing the country in 2024.

If you believe in the fundamental principles of free speech, fair elections, and a level playing field, it’s time to take action. Sign and share this petition.

FACTS

  • In a head-to-head election, Kennedy easily beats Biden, making the sitting president the weakest candidate in the race.
  • 43% of Americans identify as independent.
  • Did you know that CNN has been bending its own debate rules? They require candidates to appear on enough state ballots to win 270 electoral votes hypothetically, a claim that can’t be made until states certify and approve the general election ballot. This is unfair and it’s time to speak up.
  • Every presidential debate since 1976 has been organized by either the League of Women Voters or the Commission on Presidential Debates – both non-profit groups. But this time, Warner Bros. Discovery owned CNN said that it will decide which polls to include to indicate the comparative support of candidates.

  • Candidates for parties, including the Democrats and Republicans, are not even legally recognized as nominees until confirmed by their respective conventions after the June debate.
  • No modern presidential debate has ever been held before parties nominate candidates or independents are certified for ballot access
  • Polls show that Biden and Trump are both disliked by much of the electorate.
  • This debate will be a repeat of 2020 without a fresh voice on stage.

Paid for by the American Values 2024 [PAC] and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.