Petyo, right, speaks to a potential voter while shopping for building supplies in Hobart, Indiana.
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Michael Petyo is a carpenter, a U.S. Navy veteran, a grandfather and Russian Orthodox Church cantor who likes to boast about his homemade nut rolls. He also happens to be a candidate for president of the United States. Petyo meets the constitutional requirements for the job – he's at least 35 and a natural born U.S. citizen.For candidates like Petyo, the important thing is finding Americans who will listen to them, said Bart Rossi, a political psychologist.Petyo is a Republican, but shuns party labels as he supports unions, a typical Democratic position, while espousing the belief that U.S. companies should pay little or no taxes.
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