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A Hardcore Gamer U.S. Senator?

Posted on Wednesday, July 25 @ 20:51:26 PST by Duke_Ferris
He's a 70th level priest in WoW and plays all the time. Too good to be true? Yep - He's only allowed to vote in Guam.

Guam is a U.S. territory and it turns out Senator Ray Tenorio is a WoW addict. According to the Pacific Daily News (whose editor also happens to be a WoW player) the senator plays on the Silverhand server, for a guild called the Knights of the Marianas, which is the archipelago that includes Guam. Who knew WoW was big in Guam?

Unfortunately, even Guam's representative in the U.S. Senate isn't allowed to vote.

Ray has probably just become a minor WoW celebrity and will be plagued with messages. If you care to play along with him, his Dwarven Priest is named Paleray.

[Via: GamePolitics]









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