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One Man, One Vote


Angela Tuttle has won an election, but she won’t have to spend a lot of time thanking the people who voted for her.
Tuttle was running for constable of Hancock County, Tennessee, as a write-in candidate. Nobody else was vying for the position and Tuttle says her father encouraged her to give it a go.
County election officials says only 131 people voted in Thursday’s district elections and there was only one vote in Tuttle’s constable race. It was her vote and, yes, she voted for herself. (Source)

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Dunno, at least her FATHER could voted for her. Guess it didn't matter...