Kanye West's entrance into the political field leading up to the 2020 U.S. presidential election has continued to remain a topic of interest in recent weeks. However, a new complaint could prohibit the Yeezy designer from appearing on New Jersey’s presidential ballot and facing off against President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden come Election Day.

On Wednesday, Scott Salmon, an election lawyer, filed an official objection claiming that hundreds of names on West's nominating petition are those of people who are not registered to vote, did not provide their addresses, or did not provide other pieces of information. As a result, Salmon argues that the petition should be disqualified, as reported by NorthJersey.com.

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Salmon's letter, which was written to the state Division of Elections, states that 640 of the 1,327 signatures on the "Stronger" rapper's petitions should be invalidated.

Leading up to the argument, some had questioned how West would overcome a range of "major obstacles" in order to appear on the ballots in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia. Additionally, West himself also indicated that his presidency could be unique if he did, in fact, win the 2020 election due to the fact that he doesn't believe in traditional "policy."

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At this time, it remains unclear if the 600 aforementioned signatures will be removed, but West would need a total of 800 signatures from valid New Jersey voters to appear on the Nov. 3 ballots. The deadline for petition challenges is Friday.

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Kanye West is seen in New York in November 2019. AFP/Angela Weiss