Monday, November 3, 2008

Fringe Candidates Still Looking For Votes

VASHON ISLAND, Wash. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – John McCain and Barack Obama are the main presidential candidates, but there will be a few other candidates vying for your vote tomorrow (Nov. 4).

For instance, Gene Amondson, a 63-year-old minister from Vashon Island, Washington, is hoping to win the White House on a platform to ban all booze.

He believes that the 13-year prohibition period from 1920 to 1933 were the best years in American history.

Other candidates still holding out hope for an underdog White House victory include...

  • Minneapolis musician Mike “Mic” Tienken, who’s running as a punk rock politician and hopes to make a lot of noise.

  • Nevada-based businesswoman Ruth White - the very first person to declare her candidacy in this election – is running on a campaign to increase teachers salaries to $200,000 a year.

  • Finally, “Average” Joe Schriner, a former substance abuse counselor in Cleveland, Ohio, says if he’s elected, he’ll convert the White House to run completely on solar energy.

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