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UCLA RB Franklin Plans Run - For Office

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LOS ANGELES – When the votes are counted in December, UCLA's Johnathan Franklin won't win the 2012 Heisman Trophy.

That's OK. He didn't win Tuesday either, finishing behind Barack Obama, just another candidate who failed to gain enough support, like Mitt Romney, only with a more promising future.

But Franklin did receive votes to be the next president of these United States. Some of his friends added his name to their ballots as a write-in, snapped pictures and sent Franklin the evidence.

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