Chattanooga man running for President in New Hampshire
(Times Free Press) - John Wolfe cannot qualify for any Tennessee state or local office until he pays a 3-year-old $10,000 civil penalty, but he's still doing what any registered Democrat with $1,000 can do -- run for president in New Hampshire.
The loser of six federal, state and local elections since 1998, Wolfe's name will be on the ballot for New Hampshire's presidential primary election on Jan. 10.
He's accompanied by 30 Republicans and 14 other Democrats, including President Barack Obama.
According to a campaign news release, Wolfe wants support from "millions of Americans" who aren't satisfied with Obama's presidency but won't be voting Republican either.
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