Wahpeton decides against hot dogs at polling place
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- The Wahpeton school district has dropped a plan to offer free hot dogs to voters during a bond issue vote.
School officials say a consultant working with district administrators on Tuesday's vote decided the giveaway would not be a good idea.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger tells KFGO radio that state law prohibits any enticement that could be viewed as a method to influence an election.
Voters are deciding on a $30 million project to build a new grade school and remodel the middle and high schools.