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Complaint flushed: No charge in toilet election display

 

September 23, 2020



MASON, Mich. (AP) — A prosecutor in Michigan has flushed a complaint about a toilet that was promoted as a place to drop absentee ballots.

The election clerk in Ingham County informed police about a toilet on the front lawn of a home in Mason, near Lansing. A sign said, "Place mail in ballots here."

Barb Byrum, a Democrat, said it's a felony to take illegal possession of absentee ballots.

But there was no evidence of an intent to violate Michigan law, said the office of county prosecutor Carol Siemon, a Democrat.

"Instead, this seemed to be an effort to make a humorous political statement...



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