Voter's views doesn't sink in well with poll monitor

A Cleveland poll monitor assaulted a voter at the polling place, sending him to the hospital for treatment of “human bite.” All voter Greg Flanagan had done was mutter under his breath allegedly that the monitor was being too pushy in an argument with a campaign worker. But then monitor James Williams reportedly head-butted Flanagan from behind and bit his nose. Other poll workers pulled Williams off and he drove away in his car. Police are searching for him.

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