Dog Votes in Elections

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  1. STEADFAST

    STEADFAST New Member

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    www.thenewstribune.com/news/updates/story/93651.html


    The second time Duncan M. MacDonald sent in an absentee ballot, an election worker in Federal Way called to ask about the paw print on the envelope. But it took three ballots before the prosecutor contacted the voting dog’s owner. . .


    "Acting Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg says his office 'can’t simply look the other way. They say you should let sleeping dogs lie, but you can’t let voting dogs vote.'"
     
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  3. sherri79

    sherri79 Former Member

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    well she wanted to prove the system was flawed and it looks like she did.
     
  4. STEADFAST

    STEADFAST New Member

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    I would personally have no problem with dogs voting. If dogs don't like a candidate, he or she probably is up to no good.
     
  5. MeoW333

    MeoW333 New Member

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    We all would be better off having dogs voting. They are excellent at reading vibes!
     
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    CaliKid Former Member

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    But I think prosecuting this woman is ridiculous. Especially since the dog didn't actually vote.
     
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    I would say that if the dog was voting for my party, except it.
    If it was voting for anouther party slay the dog. LOL
     

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