Rob Ford just can’t stop campaigning at voting locations
Reports of Rob Ford being kicked out of an advance polling station began making the rounds on Friday, and now we know that the incident wasn’t an isolated one. The Star says that Ford has been asked to leave at least two other advance voting locations. On Saturday, the city clerk sent him a stern letter reminding him that attempting to influence voters at polling stations is illegal. Later that same day, he made one of his visits, at which point, the Star says, he “ignored an election official’s requests for him to leave.” All of these incidents took place outside Ward 2, where Ford is running for city council. It’s not clear why he keeps making these appearances, but the Sun’s article on the subject suggests an explanation: he has apparently been driving voters to the polls in his own car.