Comments:Missouri town re-elects deceased mayor
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This is a town in the same state that elected a dead man as their Senator back in 2000. Governor Mel Carnahan died in a plane crash, but went on to be elected over the incumbent, John Ashcroft. Contrary to the state constitution Carnahan's wife was then made the Senator in his place--dead people are not actually permitted to win elections in Missouri, at least at the state level. Just shows how little the American electorate actually pays attention to what/whom they are voting for. --King ravana (talk) 16:40, 17 May 2009 (UTC)
only dead politicians should be elected.thus absolutely honest,caring people will rule.give the current incumbents the option to bring their status to the new requirements.to be fair.