Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes Michigan ballot

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will run for president in Michigan as the Natural Law Party’s candidate.
That’s one of five minor parties that Michigan allows on the ballot.
Kennedy’s bid is a long shot, but third-party candidates have long played a spoiler role in Michigan.
Democrats are concerned he’ll take votes away from Joe Biden, giving Donald Trump an edge.
According to Bridge Michigan, In 2016, when Democrat Hillary Clinton lost to Trump by less than 11,000 votes, third party candidates got nearly 190,000 votes.

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