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Porn Star Loses Chance to Strip Rob Ford of Toronto Mayorship Due to Paperwork Problems

By Dan Joseph | May 28, 2014 | 3:11pm EDT

Citizens of Toronto, Canada  have an important decision to make.  This fall, they will  have the opportunity to either vote to re-elect the city's current crack-smoking mayor, Rob Ford, or toss him out of office and replace him with someone who will not bring such shame and unwanted media attention on the city.

Or, they can replace him with a porn star.   

But, voters will only be able to do so if adult film star Nikki Benz is able to get on the ballot.  Sadly, she was unable to do so when she tried to register as a candidate on Wednesday.

Apparently, issues with her paperwork prevented the Benz from officially entering the race against Ford and dozens of other candidates. While it's unclear as to whether Benz will try to register again, she still insists that she would make a good mayor.

"If Rob Ford can do it, I can do it," Benz told reporters.

The central tenet of Benz mayoral platform is to bring the porn industry to the city of Toronto. But she also says that she'll lower property taxes and "....fix the whole situation with transit."

Benz currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.

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