Narcisse files petition to be on November ballot

It’s official: Jonathan Narcisse is a candidate for governor. On Friday, Narcisse filed the proper paper work with the secretary of state to run for governor. Narcisse will be running independent representing the “Iowa Party “. Narcisse’s petition contained almost 1900 signatures from 47 different counties. His signatures were collected in nearly 10 days.

The campaign discovered last week that a change in nomination forms would require them to start over. According to Narcisse’s website “The Secretary of State’s office was very gracious and provided our campaign a letter approving use of the old petition forms. I knew, however, our campaign had the organizational strength and human resource power to collect the required signatures and secure support from the number of counties required.

The window left open before the filing deadline was never daunting to us. It invigorated our team, especially in light of the skepticism that we could even qualify for the ballot. And it served as an excellent warm up exercise for our official 99 county campaign.”

Narcisse has declared his campaign a “None of the Above” campaign. Narcisse is also only 7 counties away from finishing his second 99 county circuit of the state. The general election will be held on November 2nd.

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