Stephen Colbert presidential campaign, 2008

Stephen Colbert Presidential Campaign, 2008

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On October 16, 2007, satirist Stephen Colbert (in the guise of his character) officially announced that he would run for President of the United States. This came after weeks of being pressured to do so by the public and stating that he would need a sign. Although the legitimacy of his campaign was questioned,McCarthy, Caroline (October 17, 2007). . CNET. Retrieved on 2007 – 20-10.Associated Press (2007). . CNN. Retrieved on 2007 – 20-10. Colbert had originally planned to run for both the Republican and the Democratic nomination in his home state of South Carolina.Starr, Michael (October 18, 2007). . New York Post. Retrieved on 2007 – 20-10. After learning that the fee to file for the Republican primary was $35,000, he abandoned plans to run as a Republican (he had previously stated that he could avoid FEC rules if he stayed under $5,000 in campaign expenditure). Although he paid the $2,500 fee to be included in the South Carolina Democratic ballot, he was denied a place on the ballot by the South Carolina Democratic Party executive council.Jim Davenport (November 1, 2007). Associated Press. Retrieved on 2007 – 1–11....
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