Texan Changes Name to ‘Literally Anybody Else' to run for President


NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TX - This guy’s name is “Literally Anybody Else,” and he’s running for President of the United States. 


According to information, Else was a 35-year-old seventh-grade math teacher whose name used to be Dustin Ebey, but he changed his name to make a point. He taught in North Richland Hills and was an Army veteran, but now he is running for president.

He says he wasn’t happy with Presidential candidate Donald Trump and President Joe Biden. 

His website states that “America shouldn’t have to decide between the ‘king of debt’ and an '81-year-old.’”

“Literally Anybody Else isn't just a person; it’s a rallying cry,” information states. 

He has listed his positions on multiple issues, including health care, education, and affordable housing.

Else needs 113,000 voter signatures by mid-May to become the third option on the November ballot for Texas voters. 

For more information, visit literallyanybodyelse.com. 

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