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One of the candidates running for the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners spent last weekend in jail after being accused of assaulting a woman by throwing a live tarantula at her during a disagreement.

30-year-old Marisa Christina Simonetti is a conservative running for Hennepin County Commissioner District 6. On her campaign website she says, “I believe a safe home and family are the foundation of a community’s growth, safety, and long term success,” but on June 21, alleged unsafety in the home where she currently resides resulted in her facing potential criminal charges.

Simonetti was reportedly living with another woman who was temporarily renting out a different part of the house through Airbnb while she was studying for the California Bar exam. The short-term resident sent messages to Simonetti to complain about problems with the internet, in addition to what she believed was a spider infestation. The pair reportedly butted heads, and though Simonetti does not own the home, she allegedly tried to evict the other woman from the premises.

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A man currently running for governor of Oklahoma was accused of sexually and physically assaulting a woman he allegedly abducted.

58-year-old Paul Tay is an Independent party candidate running for governor in the 2022 election.

Last week, a woman was perusing Craigslist when she reportedly came across an employment ad for a position with the 2022 Paul Tay campaign.

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A Florida man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly struck and injured his neighbor during a fight over the placement of their conflicting signs showing support for the presidential candidate of their choice.

55-year-old Anthony Vullo resides in DeBary, Florida, and the front yard of his home is shared with his next-door neighbor, Joseph Lebert.

Both men chose to display signs in support of the presidential candidate they desire, and Vullo is a proponent for the reelection of Donald Trump, while Lebert is a Joe Biden backer.

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The man who was elected to serve as the new mayor of Sharpsburg, North Carolina, on May 8 has been accused of driving while impaired and five additional charges approximately one hour after winning the race.

Robert L. Williams Jr. has attempted to run for the position of mayor of the small town of Sharpsburg a total of three times. After losing the elections in 2013 and 2017 Williams went up against incumbent Randy Weaver for the position in the 2018 election last Tuesday.

After the voting at the polls had concluded and were counted Williams was announced the new mayor holding 51 percent of the votes.

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