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Wednesday, May 09, 2012
Federal Prisoner Wins 42% Of Vote In West Virginia Democratic Presidential Primary
Keith Russell Judd
A 52-year old felon currently serving time in a federal prison in Texas, Keith Russell Judd, won an astonishing 42% of the vote in his West Virginia Democratic primary race against President Barack Obama. Judd actually was defeating Obama in eight of the state's counties according to the Daily Caller. Earlier this year, anti-abortion activist Randall Terry won 18% of the primary vote in Oklahoma's Democratic presidential primary. In North Carolina where Democrats will hold their nominating convention this summer, about 20% of the state's Democratic primary voters declined to support the re-nomination of Obama.