Caitlyn Jenner Wants To Be On The Ballot With Kanye As Vice President

Caitlyn Jenner said she had "texted" Kanye West and "said can I be your Vice President" during an interview with TMZ on Thursday.

West will officially make the presidential ballot in November in Oklahoma after spending the $35,000 fee and meeting the FEC requirements to make a run. At the top of the paperwork to run in the deep-red state, the 43-year-old rapper also filled out FEC Form 2: Statement of Candidacy on Thursday, which shows he raised or spent more than $5,000 in campaign activity. By filing the document, West gains candidacy status as rumors swirled earlier this week that he was dropping out only two weeks after announcing.

However he has already missed crucial due dates in key southern swing states like South Carolina and Florida - narrowing his chances of victory.  West filled out and filed on Wednesday the first FEC form required to become a presidential candidate – the Statement of Organization.

West is running under the third party 'BDY,' which stands for the Birthday Party.

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