A dog owner thought his dog has the leadership skills to run a state. However, the dog was not allowed to run for the 2018 governor’s race.
– A dog owner wanted his dog to be the governor of Kansas.
– The dog was supposed to be part of the 2018 elections for such post.
– The dog, however, was barred from joining the elections.
The dog is owned by Terran Woolley. Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who is also running for governor, announced that they will not allow Woolley’s dog to run for office as there are several laws referencing candidates for governorship to be individuals or persons.
Woolley believes his dog not being allowed to run for office is due to the fact that Kobach is scared of losing to the doggo.
A new bill was made requiring candidates for governorship to be at least 18 years old. Cats, dogs, and other inanimate objects will also be barred from running once the bill becomes a law.
Read the head-scratching story by Tamar Lapin here – https://nypost.com/