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Adrian Fenty Volunteers Are Handing Out Rubber Stamps to Facilitate Write-in Votes

Published on October 25, 2010, by in General.

A campaign to re-elect Washington, D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty as a write-in candidate is proceeding in the District of Columbia.  Volunteers for the write-in campaign have prepared tens of thousands of rubber stamps, and distributing them to voters just outside the “no-electioneering” zone, at polling places.  See this story.  The rubber stamps have “Adrian Fenty” and a voter who uses a rubber stamp need not worry about how to spell the name.  Use of rubber stamps is legal in the District of Columbia for this purpose.

Mayor Fenty was defeated for re-election last month in the Democratic primary.  He is not actively campaigning for re-election in the general election.

3 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    If elected, then will he become a rubber stamp party hack ???

  2. Where and where not is this legal?

  3. dc_citizen

    It is completely legal to write in a candidate in the United States of America. There are regulations published by local election boards.

    http://www.dcboee.org/candidate_info/general_info/Getting_Name_on_Ballot.asp

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