Prison Inmate in Texas takes 40 percent of the Democrat Presidential Primary Vote in West Virginia?

Why isn't this getting huge coverage in the US?  From the UK Daily Mail:

Just how unpopular is President Obama in some parts of the country? Enough that a man in a Texas prison received four out of 10 votes in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary.Inmate Keith Judd, 53, is serving 17 years for extortion at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution. He was sentenced in 1999 for making threats against the University of New Mexico and is due to be released on June 24 next year.With 93 per cent of precincts reporting, Obama was receiving just under 60 per cent of the vote to Judd's 40 per cent. . . . 
In Oklahoma, anti-abortion protester Randall Terry got 18 percent of the primary vote. A lawyer from Tennessee, John Wolfe, pulled nearly 18,000 votes in the Louisiana primary. In Alabama, 18 percent of Democratic voters chose "uncommitted" in the primary rather than vote for Obama. In Tuesday's North Carolina primary, 21 percent of Democratic voters marked "no preference." . . .

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Blogger lowly said...

Doesn't mean these folks won't vote for him in the election.

5/09/2012 11:17 AM  
Blogger Jarhead5811 said...

I'd vote for anyone over "O'. There are many people like me out there.

5/11/2012 3:20 AM  

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