WASHINGTON – Former Amity Major Larry Vaughn looks to have his hands on the GOP Presidential nomination following a strong performance on Super Tuesday.
Despite having come into the Presidential nomination race late, Larry Vaughn has gone from novelty to likely candidate, having won big on Super Tuesday. Following his win in Nevada, Vaughn has taken seven of the eleven states up for grabs tonight. Winning big in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia, Vaughn is also expected to take Alaska. Rival Ted Cruz won home state of Texas while Hillary Clinton swept the South, strengthening her claim to be the Democrat nominee.
In a victory speech in Georgia, Vaughn repeated his campaign promises to build a coastal wall against shark attacks, introduce karate chopping proof fences and hang offenders up ‘by their Buster Browns!’ Despite having had a tough week in the press with high profile critic oceanographer Matt Hooper once more attacking him, Vaughn’s optimism and breezy style seems to have captured the enthusiasm of the Republican base. He told cheering fans:
We are going to the White House. We are going to be the next President of the United States of America. We are not going to let that Kintner boy spill out all over the dock!