The Hill on Tuesday reported that a dog who recently tried to launch a gubernatorial campaign was informed he is not eligible to run because he is a dog, which, rude.
According to the article, Hutchinson, Kan., resident Terran Woolley entered Angus, his 3-year-old wire terrier, in the governor’s race after “news reports surfaced that the state does not have requirements governing who can run for the office.”
The state, however, quickly stepped in and ended Angus’ political career before it even began.
“A dog will not be allowed to file and put its name on the ballot,” said Bryan Caskey, director of elections for the Kansas Secretary of State’s Office.
How dare you squash his hopes and dreams like that, Kansas?! He is clearly a very good boy.
Twitter users were understandably outraged by the news.
Tell me this isn’t the cutest thing you’ve ever seen!
Although the birds are often monogamous, they don’t usually share their red felt with each other. Instead, they typically go home, tear up the present, and wait for one of their peers to admire their handiwork.
As the resident crazy penguin lady, I audibly gasped when I came across this article. What do I have to do to get one of these?!
WCAX reports that Jamie Anderson’s mother lives in Hartland and the town is pumped up about Anderson’s big victory!
Women’s slopestyle gold medalist Jamie Anderson, of the United States, smiles during the medals ceremony at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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