From independent presidential candidate Lloyd Kelso’s Facebook page, May 6th, 2016:
Just to summarize, I now meet the qualifications as an independent candidate to be on the November 2016 presidential election ballots in:
State of Washington
Volunteer to help collect signatures to get me on the ballot in your state!
Lloyd Kelso previously ran for the Democratic nomination this election cycle, but switched to an independent after gaining little traction in the first primaries, such as New Hampshire, were he only received 46 votes. Kelso, a 65-year-old lawyer from Gastonia, North Carolina, supports raising the federal minimum wage to $12.50 an hour, repealing the capital gains tax, “taxing the rich fairly and closing tax loopholes,” prohibiting contributions of more than $500 to any political candidate, and “securing the border,” among other policy positions.
Kelso, in another Facebook post dated May 14th, 2016, says he has over 300 volunteers around the country gathering signatures for him to get on the ballot.