This is just too good to pass up, I guarantee it. Forget about incarcerated prisoners voting illegally from prison, this is better. Running for political office while in prison looks to be okay with the folks in Texas. I guess it's because the guy was running for office in West Virginia at the time. Oh, by the way, the prisoner apparently is not a fan of President Obama. He can't be all bad.
[...] The results of Tuesday's far-flung voting gave clues about the state of the electorate - and illustrated the political minefields facing both Republican and Democratic candidates - with the presidential contest well under way. The results were a warning to incumbents. They also highlighted tea party enthusiasm. And, in one state at least, they indicated that wedge issues are still a force even with an electorate focused on economic concerns.
Also, there was an indication of just how unpopular Obama is in some parts of the country.
A man in prison in Texas was getting nearly 4 out of 10 votes in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary against Obama, who faces no serious primary challenger. The inmate, Keith Judd, is serving time at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Texas for making threats at the University of New Mexico in 1999. [...]