Watch out Mr. President!
A West Virginia inmate identified as Keith Judd is gaining a lot of publicity after it was revealed that he has 40 percent of the Democratic vote in West Virginia, compared to Obama's 60 percent.
According to the Associated Press, Keith Judd is serving time in Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Texas for extortion in 1999.
Jake Glance, a spokesman for West Virginia's Secretary of State office, said Judd was able to get on the ballot after paying a $2,500 fee and filling out a "notarized certification of announcement" form.
It seems as if many West Virginians will support anyone over the incumbent. Electrician Ronnie Brown spoke on his decision to vote for Judd saying:
"I voted against Obama. I don't like him. He didn't carry the state before and I'm not going to let him carry it again."
Considering the political history of West Virginia, it isn't all too surprising to see that a man like Judd would be trailing closely behind Barack Obama.
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