Monday, November 20th, 2017

The cross-border state senate candidate before it was cool


Our friend Kevin Binversie, in commenting on this story, is trying to remember a similar case in Wisconsin a few years ago.

As Wisconsin political trivia fans know, the candidate in question was Donovan Riley, the left’s first attempt to knock off former State Senator Jeff Plale as part of the Democratic Party’s march to the extreme left. The primary was in 2006, but Riley had to drop out of the race because he voted in two different states. By the way, neither vote was cast in the senate district in which he was running.

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