Major media outlets revealed that 2024 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has finally chosen his running mate for the November election.

Kennedy, who was reportedly considering New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers and former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, finally picked Silicon Valley lawyer Nicole Shanahan as his running mate.

Kenedy, in a statement, said Shanahan shared his views on some important topics such as health, censorship and immigration.

“I found all of those qualities in a woman who grew up right here in Oakland. The daughter of immigrants who overcame every daunting obstacle, and went on to achieve the highest levels of the American dream,” Kennedy said. “So that is why I’m so proud to introduce to you, the next vice president of the United States — my fellow lawyer, a brilliant scientist, technologist, a fierce, warrior mom, Nicole Shanahan.”

Shanahan, who was married to Google co-founder Sergey Brin, blasted the Democrats party for being a pro-war party.

“So these are two of my political convictions I hold today — to serve peace and to help those in poverty,” said Shanahan. “So you can understand why I gravitated to the Democratic Party, because that was supposed to be the party of peace, the party of compassion. Many Democrats, we still believe in those ideals. But unfortunately as an institution, it has lost its way. There is only one anti-war candidate today, and you won’t find him in the Democratic Party or the Republican Party. He is an independent, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.”

Conservative Archives first reported on March 18 that Kennedy was considering Shanahan as his running mate. However, a Kennedy campaign press office representative declined to confirm the report.

“There has been a lot of speculation in the media about Mr. Kennedy’s pick of vice presidential running mate,” a campaign press office representative said. “The official announcement will be on March 26 in Oakland, CA. We hope to see you there.”

Kennedy’s announcement means former President Donald Trump remains the only candidate who has yet to pick his running mate. The former president has, however, suggested he could pick GOP Gov. Kristi Noem and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) as his running mate.

“We have some many good people in the Republican Party,” Trump told Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo in a February interview. “I called Tim Scott and I told him you are a much better candidate for me than you are for yourself. Because, for himself, he was low-key. For me, he’s been a real tiger. He’s been incredible. I don’t want anybody to take even any inference, but it’s incredible. but it’s incredible. Kristi Noem has been incredible fighting for me. Kristi Noem has been incredible fighting for me. She said ‘I’d never run against him because I can’t beat him.’ That was a very nice thing to say.”