Ballot Error Has Voters Electing President of the ‘Untied’ States
This presidential election just started to unravel.
Voters in Jefferson County, Wash. have eagerly been casting their ballot for the president and vice president of the Untied States of America — a country made up solely of shoelace-dangling citizens.
The spelling error made it onto 22,596 ballots, according to the Peninsula Daily News. County Auditor Donna Eldridge said the mistake won’t effect votes, and votes already cast will still be counted.
“With many words, it doesn’t matter as long as you have the first letters and the last letters spelled right, people know what you mean,” she tells the newspaper.
So Gawd blles tahe Untied Stets.