Down the toilet: Farm stand turns outhouse into voting booth

In this Sept. 29, 2016 photo, Chris Owens stands beside his outhouse-turned-voting booth at Owens Truck Farm in Ashland, N.H. Manikins of presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump hang outside the booth, while ballots are deposited into side-by-side toilets inside the booth. (Sean Hurley/New Hampshire Public Radio via AP)

ASHLAND, N.H. - A New Hampshire farm stand is letting customers put their votes for president where he thinks they belong: right in the toilet.

Owens Truck Farm is home to an outhouse-turned-fake-voting booth with mannequins of presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and toilets to cast ballots.

Farm stand owner Chris Owens tells New Hampshire Public Radio ( that customers have been stopping by for photos and to vote at the Ashland farm.

He says he's collected a couple hundred ballots already.

Above the Trump mannequin is a sign that reads, "If I am elected, we will build a wall between Plymouth and Rumney, and Rumney will pay for it," referring to two nearby towns.

Owens plans to tally the just-for-fun votes next month.


Information from: WEVO-FM,

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