Ohio Homeless: ‘Brother Can You Spare a Ballot?’ Ohio Judge: ‘Sure’

This just in from the “What could possibly go wrong?” department:

Homeless people cannot be denied the right to vote because the grate they sleep on doesn’t have an address, a federal magistrate has ruled.

Edmund Sargus, a U.S. District Court judge for southern Ohio, on Monday ordered Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner not to reject provisional ballots that fail to list a building address on a provisional voting envelope.

Prediction: Next Wednesday, homeless advocates will be demanding emergency funds so they can provide food and shelter to the 150,000 homeless people who were miraculously discovered in Sandusky the previous day.


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