homeless voteThey might not be the most coveted voters, but ironically the homeless may decide who moves into the White House next year.

In a landmark ruling this week, U.S. District Judge Edmund Sargus ordered swing state Ohio not to reject ballots that fail to list a home address (i.e. homeless).

But not everyone is applauding  the decision, Deputy Chairman Kevin Dewine (R) alleges “People are being bribed with cigarettes, money and alcohol to register and in some cases vote.  College students are manipulating residency requirements to cast illegal ballots.” It wouldn’t be the first time the homeless were bought off though, back in August the DNC cleared Denver streets by giving vagrants movie tickets (see Hobotown).