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Marine openly carrying handgun turned away from poll location

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Marine openly carrying handgun turned away from poll location

All he wanted to do was vote, according to Clay Edinger; but not as much as he wanted to carry his gun into the voting booth with him.

When Edinger walked into the Warren Township Fire Department voting precinct he was wearing his pistol on his hip.

Edinger, a Marine who resigned his commission in order to be commissioned in the Navy Chaplin Corps, carries his weapon with him everywhere he can.

Toting a copy of Indiana Code 35-47-11.1, a state statute that deals with weapons and the restrictions upon them, Edinger insisted he should be allowed to wear his gun while voting.

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  • Mike_Sr

    In Georgia not carrying with-in x yards of voting is the law. The only grief I have with that is if the NBP were to try to stop me from voting. 🙂

  • Douglas Wallis

    Considering What has happened at some voting locations, I can understand his position, and support him 100%

  • bayman61

    He should have told them he was going in the building wearing his firearm and vote. I mean after all, what would they arrest him on? They could not even find a statute to keep him from going in the building.

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