Skip to comments.Federal Prisoner Gives Obama A Run For His Money In West Virginia, May Earn Delegates At Convention
Posted on 05/08/2012 6:45:31 PM PDT by dewawi
Meet Keith Judd or as some call him, Inmate No. 11593-051. He is serving a 210-month sentence at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Texas for making threats at the University of New Mexico in 1999. Despite that bothersome obstacle, he qualified for the West Virginia Democratic primary ballot and is currently giving President Obama a run for his money, racking up 37% of the vote.
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Delegates for Keith Judd can easily be identified by their personalized “ball and chain”.
They’ll fit right in :)
Wonder if he has met “Cold Cash” Jefferson yet?
He is serving a 210-month sentence at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Texas for making threats at the University of New Mexico in 1999.
That’s pathetic. 30 days maybe, but 210 months for threats is nuts. Corzine is still walking around.
Wow, I voted in the WV primary this morning and had no idea. But then, I picked the GOP ballot.
Is this really any different from the methods used by the Obama campaign to raise contributions from large donors or get the votes of Senior Citizens?
Inmate No. 11593-051.”he may not be eligible to serve anyway, since he is currently an inmate in a federal prison.
Does he have a birth certificate?
Still a better choice than Obama or Romney...
Keith Judd has just been declared the winner in Mingo County, WV by 20 POINTS! 100% of precincts in county have been counted.
Judd 2,972 60.1%
Obama 1,967 39.9%
And in NC:
PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE - DEM (Vote For 1)
Vote Type Summary
Contest Detail Map
89 of 100 Counties Reporting
Barack Obama (DEM)
No Preference (DEM)
My husband voted for Mr. Judd and he *knew* beforehand that the man was a convicted felon. Mr. Judd almost won our county, losing by a mere 31 votes.
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