Romanian Town Re-elects DEAD Mayor in Landslide Victory

Romanian Town Re-elects DEAD Mayor in Landslide Victory

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The small town of Deveselu in southern Romania has re-elected a dead mayor into office.

According to Oddee, Ion Aliman was running for his third term but he died ten days before the election due to COVID-19

Local authorities deemed it “too late” to remove his name from the voting ballots.

The town seemed to admire Aliman as the late politician received a landslide victory, with 1,057 votes out of 1,600.

After the announcement, a number of voters then then went to his graveside to light candles for the mayor.

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Aliman was part of the Social Democrat Party, referred to as the PSD in Romania.

The party is now hoping to maintain control of the government by nabbing the mayoral seat in the capital city of Bucharest.

Over in the United States, voters have awarded control of their towns to dogs, cats and even a goat.

In Rabbit Hash, Kentucky, residents elected a border collie, named Lucy Lou, in 2008.

The area, however, is an incorporated community and not a town so it does not need an elected mayor.

Resident only hold elections to raise money for infrastructure and town improvements.

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