the kooks lose

So it is…

Connie Johnson… 50,180 … 57 percent
Jim Rogers … 37,935 … 43 percent

93 percent of the vote tallied.

What does this signify?  More or less than this

In Vermont, less than a quarter of registered voters were expected to turn out Tuesday, but the colorful races included a Democrat candidate who in 2012 argued that President Obama is not a natural-born citizen and unsuccessfully waged a legal battle in the Vermont Superior Court in Montpelier for an injunction to stop distribution of the ballots during that election.
According to the Burlington Free Press, that candidate, Democrat H. Brooke Paige, “based his argument on readings of a 1758 legal treatise he said influenced the writers of the U.S. Constitution. The document, called the ‘Law of Nations,’ decreed that a person seeking the presidency must not just be a U.S. citizen, but a ‘natural born citizen,’ defined as someone born of parents who were both American citizens at the time of birth.”
Paige, 62, ran in his party’s primary for two offices at once: governor and attorney general.
He suffered a double loss Tuesday evening.
81 to 19 percent, and 83 to 17.  Pretty strange drop off, considering that the vote total appears to be the same.

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