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Man who admitted to killing cancer-stricken wife with flower pot wins GOP primary in Indiana

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You can’t make this sh*t up.A man who is currently sitting in a jail cell after being charged with killing his wife just won a local GOP primary in Indiana and will now be on the November ballot for his local school board.40-year-old Andrew Wilhoite is one of three Republicans running for the Clinton Township Board.

In March, he was arrested and charged with murdering his wife, Elizabeth Wilhoite. But that didn’t stop voters from advancing him in their local election this week.Breaking NewsMan accused of killing his wife wins G?P primary from jailAndrew Wilhoite won his G?P primary this week in Indiana despite being charged with murderYou can't make this stuff up— Gary Gelormino™????

Fighting evil since 1958™ (@OleGelo5) May 6, 2022According to the Indy Star, people charged with felonies are still eligible to run for local office in Indiana.

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