Ann Coulter Voting Record Questioned It's hard to believe, but there's a voting problem in Florida. It involves conservative commentator Ann Coulter. She's the one who wrote that some Sept. 11 widows were "enjoying their husbands' deaths." Coulter voted in a local election. Palm Beach County says she may have voted in the wrong precinct. That's a felony punishable with prison time. Coulter hasn't answered letters asking her to clarify her address, so the case may go to prosecutors.
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Ann Coulter Voting Record Questioned

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STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

Hard to believe, but there's a voting problem in Florida. It involves conservative commentator Ann Coulter. She's the one who wrote that some 9/11 widows were, quote, enjoying their husbands' deaths. Coulter, who voted in a local election in Palm Beach County, says she may have voted in the wrong precinct. That is a felony punishable with prison time. She's not answered letters asking her to clarify her address, so the case may go to prosecutors.

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