April 25, 2024

In a stunning turn of events, a local election candidate forgot to vote for himself and caused a division by zero in the statistics system, throwing the entire election into chaos.

The candidate, who shall remain nameless to spare them further embarrassment, had been running a promising campaign. He had the support of several prominent figures in the community, and his slogan “Vote for me, because why not?” had been generating buzz on social media.

But on election day, disaster struck. The candidate, so focused on rallying his supporters and making sure they all got out to vote, forgot to cast a ballot for himself.

At first, no one noticed. The votes were tallied, and the candidate’s opponent was declared the winner by a slim margin. But then, as the results were being entered into the statistics system, an error message appeared: “Division by zero.”

Panic set in as officials scrambled to figure out what had gone wrong. Was there a glitch in the system? Had someone tampered with the votes? And then, someone realized the unthinkable: the candidate had forgotten to vote for himself, causing the system to try and divide by zero.

The news spread like wildfire, with memes and jokes flooding social media. “When you forget to vote for yourself but still expect to win,” one read, accompanied by a picture of the candidate looking sheepish.

The candidate himself was devastated. “I can’t believe I forgot to vote for myself,” he said in a tearful press conference. “I guess I was so focused on getting my supporters to the polls that I just forgot.”

Despite the embarrassing mistake, the candidate’s supporters rallied around him, starting a hashtag #VoteForYourself to remind people of the importance of self-care and self-advocacy.

And in the end, the candidate learned a valuable lesson: always double-check your ballot, and never underestimate the power of a good slogan.

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