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Tags: 2020 Elections | margaret good | sex | doll | vote | florida | house

Dem Candidate Says She Voted Against Child Sex Doll Ban by Mistake

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By    |   Tuesday, 25 August 2020 02:30 PM

Margaret Good, a Florida Democrat running for Congress, says she made a mistake when voting as a state House member against a bill banning the sale and possession of child-like sex dolls.

The Washington Free Beacon noted she was the only House member to vote against the 2019 bill that made selling, possessing, or advertising "an obscene, child-like sex doll" a third-degree felony.

Good had actually first voted in support of the bill, but changed her vote two days later. Legislators in Florida are permitted to change their votes through an online data base.

Her campaign manager Alex Koren said the change was a mistake. He claimed Good had actually intended to change her April 30, 2019, vote on a higher education bill. Her vote change went unnoticed at the time, according to the Free Beacon.

And in a statement published on Florida Politics, he added: "Rep. Good's vote supporting SB 160 reflects her position in support of the bill, and the vote change was made in error. Her intent was to change the April 30 vote on SB 190, a higher education bill, back to 'yes.' SB 190 came up for a second vote in the House on May 3, the day that the SB 160 vote was mistakenly changed. She voted 'yes' on SB 190 on May 3 and intended to change her April 30 vote to reflect that."

Good is a candidate in the Florida 16th Congressional District. She has been endorsed by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

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Margaret Good, a Florida Democrat running for Congress, says she made a mistake when voting as a state House member against a bill banning the sale and possession of child-like sex dolls.
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