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Campaign Manager Morty is one of the infinite versions of Morty. He appeared in The Ricklantis Mixup, as the Campaign Manager for Evil Morty, who had disguised himself with an alter ego in order to win the election. He attempted to assassinate Evil Morty after being fired and finding out the truth, but his assassination attempt failed and he was thrown out the airlock by the Secret Service Ricks.
In The Ricklantis Mixup Evil Morty secretly develops an alter-ego to become presidential candidate for an election for the newly democratic Citadel of Ricks. The Campaign Manager Morty is in charge of a candidate from the Morty Party, though he does not take his own candidate seriously at first. But despite mockery from Ricks and even other Mortys, his candidate (who is actually Evil Morty in disguise) makes a rousing speech about the class divide between the various Ricks and Mortys on the Citadel during a debate, which earns him lots of praise and support. After the speech, Evil Morty promptly fires his Campaign Manager, and he is rendered jobless.
Campaign Manager Morty is depressed, drinking in a bar when an Investigator Rick gives him a file revealing the candidate's true nature. Horrified at the truth, Campaign Manager Morty tries to assassinate Evil Morty to stop him from getting into office and is promptly arrested. Unfortunately for him, Evil Morty survived the assassination attempt and won the election. Campaign Manager Morty is killed by the Rick Secret Service agents and ejected into space. His body is one of the many bodies floating out of the Citadel's airlocks in the aftermath of the new dictatorship's purge. Also among the dead, was Investigator Rick who was possibly killed for his involvement of uncovering Evil Morty's secret.
- The main piece of evidence that the Morty that won the election in The Ricklantis Mixup was Evil Morty is that the music playing during the ending of that episode was the same music that played when it was revealed Evil Morty was the one actually controlling Evil Rick in Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind. In addition, one of the pieces of debris floating from the corpse of Campaign Manager Morty is a photograph of Evil Morty wearing the eyepatch, which was part of the folder of evidence given to him by Investigator Rick.