5 Animals That Ran for Mayor
At the first sight you may think it’s a joke, because it’s not from nature to imagine animals that have become to power with democratic elections in any country in the world, but this is a fact.
These five animals had power according to cracked the crack magazine .
1: The Rhino Kakariho in Brazil
1959 in Brazilian city Sao Paulo , the Rhino won a seat in the city council, Kakarito get 150,000 votes, although the result was cancelled, but her victory sent a strong message to politicians in Brazil .
2: The dog Bosco’s in California
1981 in elections of the municipality of Sonul, California, only two men and a dog named Bosco were nominated for this election, and the surprise is that the citizens voted for the dog Bosco to win the election by comfortable majority.
China has exploited this victory to beat the American democracy and ridicule it.
3: The Goat Frideriko
During the Brazilian municipality of Pilar in 1996, after a fair election, the Goat Frideriko won the post of mayor, after that the goat Frideriko was very popular in the city after her historic victory, but its killed in mysterious circumstances, causing shock and sadness to the population of Pilar.
4: The boston Mule in Washington State
In 1938 at the Milton Municipality in Washington state, the population’s elected a mule named Boston Curtis as a candidate for the Republican Party, and got 54 votes. this story started when Milton’s mayor dragged Boston to the court and made his mark on the candidacy papers for the elections . when he asked about the cause of his Act, he replied that he wanted to send a message to the Republicans, but the Republican response was to vote for the Boston mule.
5 The Horse Anstatos
Some historians have said that the Roman Emperor named his horse in the Senate and has built him a palace and gave him all the privileges of the Senators.
These facts, although they seem funny, but the population’s vote for animals instead of candidates is a powerful message of their distrust of politicians and their preference for animals instead.