November 13, 2012
Weird stuff happens in Arizona.
Maybe it's the dry desert heat. Maybe it's the desolate nature of the state. Maybe its the crazy political climate that has settled over the Southwest. I don't know.
But let's all be clear: when it comes to voting, Arizonians take it pretty seriously.
Maybe that's why Holly Solomon, a 28-year-old woman from Scottsdale apparently went nuts when she found her husband Daniel had failed to vote in the 2012 General Election.
According to Politico, police reports show that Solomon began screaming when she found out that her husband had failed to cast a ballot in so crucial of an election. And then started chasing him around the parking lot in their family jeep before hitting him with the vehicle, wedging him between the curb and the and the vehicle's bumper.
“The husband told investigators that Solomon believed her family was going to face hardship from President Barack Obama’s re-election,” CBS News reported.
Instead, Holly Solomon now faces a hardship from the state of Arizona in the form of aggravated assault and domestic violence charges.
Her husband is now in critical condition.