The ballot to fill a legislative seat in Canada next month includes none of the above—and it’s a real person.
Sheldon Bergson, 46, had his name legally changed to Above Znoneofthe and is now a candidate for the Ontario legislature, the CBC reports. The election is Feb. 11.
The ballot lists candidates in alphabetical order by surname so his name will be the 10th of the 10 candidates as Znoneofthe Above, according to CBC.
“I’m aiming for all of the people who don’t normally vote,” Znoneofthe said. “I thought one of these days we should get ‘none of the above’ on the ballot.
The bank customer service rep has run for public office before as a National Party and independent candidate without success.
Znoneofthe vows to keep his new name if he is elected.
One of his opponents is running on the line of the None of The Above Party.