Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Are brightly painted cows required by law to be displayed at Wisconsin polling places?

Is Every Polling Place in America's Dairyland Required to Prominently Display Bovine Statuary?
No, that's a mocking canard, probably started by our neighbors to the south, who have always been envious of our status as America's Dairyland. Wisconsin has no such requirement. It's strictly voluntary. (This is one of the painted cow sculptures from Cow Parade 2006.) Dudgeon School, Madison, Wisconsin on the night of the 2008 Wisconsin primary election.

2 comments:

cathy said...

Brightly painted cows are only allowed if they have proper photo ID.

George H. said...

Actually, it would be a pretty good law. Cows make me patient.