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    “Texas Man Changes Name to ‘Literally Anybody Else,’ Announces Presidential Run”


    "Texas Man Changes Name to 'Literally Anybody Else,' Announces Presidential Run"

    In a unique and attention-grabbing move, a 35-year-old man from Texas has legally changed his name to ‘Literally Anybody Else’ and has launched a campaign for the presidency of the United States under this new moniker. Formerly known as Dustin Ebey, the teacher and Army veteran from North Richland Hills, Texas, has made headlines with his unconventional bid for the highest office in the nation.

    According to reports from the Guardian, after obtaining approval from a judge for the name change, ‘Literally Anybody Else’ acquired a new driver’s license and proceeded to file the necessary paperwork to officially enter the presidential race.

    Speaking to Dallas ABC affiliate WFAA, ‘Literally Anybody Else’ explained the motivation behind his name change and candidacy, stating that it is more about representing an idea than himself as an individual. He expressed dissatisfaction with the current political landscape and the choices presented by the major parties, particularly citing the 2020 presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump as factors that spurred his decision.

    “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,” he stated, highlighting his belief in the need for alternative voices in the political arena.

    Despite acknowledging the challenges ahead, including the daunting task of gathering enough signatures to appear on ballots as an independent candidate, ‘Literally Anybody Else’ remains undeterred. Under Texas law, independent candidates must submit a petition with 113,151 signatures from registered voters who did not participate in the presidential primary of either party in Texas.

    “This will be very hard to do, but it’s not impossible. I hope to have Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and then Literally Anybody Else right underneath,” he remarked, indicating his ambition to offer voters a distinct choice beyond the traditional party candidates.

    His campaign’s website reinforces the message of change and accountability in governance, stating, “Literally Anybody Else isn’t a person, it’s a rallying cry… America should not be stuck choosing between the ‘King of Debt’ and an 81-year-old.”

    While the likelihood of ‘Literally Anybody Else’ securing a spot on the presidential ballot remains uncertain, his unconventional approach has sparked discussions about the state of American politics and the desire for fresh perspectives in leadership.

    Sources By Agencies

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