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Surprising Facts in US Politics

In 2018, the mayor of a small town in Pennsylvania was re-elected despite having died a month prior to the election.

In 2016, the town of Whitefish, Montana declared a state of emergency due to an influx of wealthy celebrities and political figures.

The Mayor of Hell, Michigan, offered to rename the town “Gay Hell” in 2019 to protest the Trump administration’s stance on LGBTQ+ rights.

The 2016 US Presidential Election saw a record number of write-in votes for “Harambe,” a gorilla who had been killed earlier that year.

In 2020, rapper Kanye West announced he was running for president, although he did not qualify for the ballot in all states.

In 2017, a politician in Maine suggested using guillotines to execute drug dealers.

In 2018, a Democratic candidate for Congress in Virginia admitted to being a former CIA operative who had been abducted by aliens.

A 2017 poll found that 17% of respondents believed that “lizard people” control the world’s governments.

In 2019, a Republican candidate for Congress in California claimed to have been involved in a covert military mission to stop a “child sex trafficking ring” on Mars.

In 2020, a Democratic candidate for Congress in Florida claimed to have been abducted by aliens and had sex with extraterrestrial beings.

In 2020, President Trump suggested that injecting disinfectant could be a potential treatment for COVID-19, prompting widespread criticism from medical professionals.

In 2018, a Democratic candidate for Congress in Arizona dropped out of the race after it was revealed that she had previously worked as a stripper.

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