Craig Kessler, a junior at ASU, figured since it's his vote, he could sell it on eBay.
By Sunday evening, he had a modest offer of $2.25.
"Basically, whoever pays the highest amount, will tell me who to vote for, and I will go into the polling booth on Tuesday and go vote for that candidate," Kessler said.
A University of Minnesota student was prosecuted recently for making the same offer. Once Kessler found out selling a vote is against the law, he said he was withdrawing his offer.
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