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Kansas City Jewish center shooter ran against Roy Blunt in 2010, got 7 votes

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Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., the man identified as the shooter who killed three people at a Kansas City, Mo., Jewish community center and a retirement home Sunday, ran against Sen. Roy Blunt in 2010 as an independent candidate, drawing exactly 7 votes out of the roughly 2 million cast. Miller, who also goes by the surname "Cross," got exactly one vote each in Worth, Wright and St. Louis counties,...

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