The state Democratic Party filed a complaint Friday asking state officials to block rapper Kanye West from appearing on the presidential ballot in Wisconsin this November, saying his campaign was tardy submitting its signatures.

The challenge also suggests there are numerous problems with West’s nomination papers, including incorrect addresses for circulators and bogus signatures, such as “Mickey Mouse” and “Bernie Sanders.” It also included affidavits from six individuals who said they were duped into putting their names on West’s paperwork.

“If the affidavits are true … crimes were committed by the West campaign,” said attorney Michael Maistelman, who gathered the affidavits for the state Democratic Party.