You would think that a mayoral election in a town with only 61 registered voters would be a fairly straightforward affair. But the picturesque mountain town of Montezuma, Colorado, somehow managed to turn it into a shit-show, and now everyone is headed to court.
The Summit County town (elevation: 10,312 feet) located near the Keystone Ski Resort filed a lawsuit against the town's electorate over a the mayoral election last April, claiming that at least 13 voters and two mayoral candidates were not residents of the town.
Needless to say, Montezuma residents are not pleased about being sued for voting.
"Now I'm paying someone to sue me," Montezuma resident Chris Baker told the Post. "It's fairly disturbing that the town is using our tax money to sue us."
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