Around 7.6 million people in US had voted for nominees from non-Republican and non-Democratic fronts, but those independent candidates are not highlighted well. The full stretch electoral campaigns by Donald Trump-Mike Pence and Joe Biden-Kamala Harris holds prominence ahead of the 3 November polls in the United States leaving behind candidates from other political fronts. The renowned musician Kanye West and cryptocurrency billionaire Brock Pierce are in the election fray, Millard Fillmore was the last president who does not belong to a Democrat and a Republican parties, he is a member of the Whig party, who served in the position from 1850 to 1853.
George Washington, the first president, was the only independent candidate in US’ history to win the country’s general election. Kanye west a musician and entrepreneur qualified for presidential ballot access in 12 states. The election promise includes ending abortions rights, police reform and making renewable energy a top priority. Rhythmically highlighted as ‘Trumpier than Trump’ Don Blackenship is the former CEO of Massey Energy Company and the presidential nominee of the far-Right Constitution Party. He is campaigning for building a border wall and curtailing abortion rights. He will appear in 21 states.