BROOKFIELD, Conn. -- Town resident Jane Miller, who was thrown out of the Brookfield Republican Party for alleged lack of good-faith party affiliation, has had her application to re-register as a Republican turned down, according to WLAD.com.
Miller was told she was turned down because the two-year exclusion period issued last year doesn't expire until February 2017, the story said. Miller disagreed and says the exclusion period should run the date of expulsion, said WLAD.com.
She was ousted from the party after her husband, Larry Miller, put lawn signs on her property for a Democratic candidate, for making a donation to a Democratic candidate and for handing out campaign literature for a Democrat, WLAD said. Miller said that if those were the reasons, then even presidential candidate Donald Trump would be expelled because he has endorsed candidates from other parties, added WLAD.com.
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