Robert F. Kennedy Jr., backed by American Values 2024 Super PAC, promises to restore faith in U.S. institutions, bring troops home, and rebuild the middle class.

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(The author is a Latino consultant for American Values 2024)

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New York: Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., backed by the American Values 2024 Super PAC, has penned an emotional letter to all his followers, encouraging them and promising that once he assumes the presidency, he will restore confidence in American institutions.

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“2024 has officially begun, and we are only 309 days away from November 5, 2024, Election Day. But before diving back into the campaign, I want to wish you and yours a happy and healthy New Year,” writes Bobby Kennedy Jr. in a letter accessed by El Faro Latino. “I look forward to seeing and hearing from you soon. If we have the opportunity to govern, you and I can restore faith and confidence in our institutions by holding agencies accountable; we can regain the respect and admiration of many nations by tending to our affairs and bringing our troops home. We can rebuild a resilient middle class built on an exceptional manufacturing foundation,” he continues. “And we’re just getting started. Thanks again for the trust you’ve placed in me. I couldn’t do this without you by my side.” RFK Jr.’s letter concludes.

Recently, the co-founder of the American Values 2024 Super PAC, Tony Lyons, told POLITICO that their Super PAC is investing between 10 to 15 million dollars to ensure Kennedy’s appearance on the ballot in the states of Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, New York, and Texas. The states of Indiana, Colorado, and Nevada, initially on the organization’s list, were excluded on the advice of the Super PAC’s lawyers; however, the budget remains the same, estimated between 10 and 15 million dollars as before.

American Values 2024 Super PAC is confident that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. can win a contingent election, based on a scenario where no presidential candidate obtains 270 electoral college votes. In such a scenario, the Congressional delegations of each state vote to elect the next president,” writes POLITICO in their report.

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