US election 2020 chaos: Couple's dead cat sent Voter Registration form in bizarre mistake

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    Carol Tims, the late cat’s owner revealed her cat, Cody, has been dead for 12 years. She told Fox 5: “I’m not sure who else they’re trying to register. I’m not sure if they’re trying to register dogs, mice, snakes,” The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office told the station that its staff did not send out the form.

    Apparently third party groups use mailing lists to get names and addresses.

    Which just happens to also include cats.

    “Third-party groups all over the country are targeting Georgia to help register qualified individuals.”

    “This group makes you wonder what these out-of-town activists are really doing. Make no mistake about it, this office is dedicated to investigating all types of fraud,” the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office said in a statement.

    Hypothetically speaking, if the cat had still been alive today and turned up to the polls, they would’ve been turned away.

    This is because the cat did not possess a license or state ID, which is required for voting.

    If Cody could have voted, though, Tims told the station her beloved feline would have voted “Democrat.”

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    In August 2014, seven-year-old Duke The Dog won an election and became the new mayor of Cormorant, Minnesota.

    In 1997, a cat named Stubbs was elected mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska.

    Although his title as mayor was honorary, he was featured as a write-in candidate for the 2014 U.S. Senate race in Alaska.

    In 1967, an Ecuadorian foot powder company advertised its product, Pulvapies, as a mayoral candidate in the town of Picoazá.

    Surprisingly, the foot powder won by a clear majority.

    So although they say dogs are man’s best friend it doesn’t mean they’d make for a great parliamentary representative.



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