A Third-Party Candidate Challenging the Power Dynamics: Literally Anybody Else’s Quest for Political Reform

Top Name Trumps: Anyone Other than Biden

A 35-year-old man from Dallas, Texas, who was previously known as Dustin Ebey, has announced his intention to run in the 2024 US presidential elections. He has legally changed his name to “Literally Anybody Else” in an effort to tap into the dissatisfaction with the two main candidates, Joe Biden and Donald Trump. By running as a candidate, he hopes to offer an alternative option for voters who are tired of the power held by the two main parties.

In his statement to The Guardian, he expressed that he believes the American people deserve better than the current options and that there should be a chance for individuals like himself who are looking for something different. By running as “Literally Anybody Else,” he hopes to convey the message that there are alternative choices beyond Biden and Trump and hopes to serve as a protest against the current political landscape.

He is currently working to collect 113,000 signatures to put his name on the ballot in Texas, but in the event that this goal is not met, he is encouraging supporters to write “literally anybody else” on the ballot as a symbolic gesture. He firmly believes that America should not be forced to choose between what he describes as the “debt king” and an 81-year-old candidate.

By taking this unconventional approach to his candidacy, “Literally Anybody Else” hopes to spark a conversation about the need for alternative options in the political arena and provide a fresh perspective for voters in the upcoming elections.

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