One man gets the unprecedented opportunity to recast his damaged and uncountable absentee ballot and single-handedly decide the outcome of an electorally deadlocked presidential election. The candidates, PACs and powerbrokers try everything to get him to vote their way...or stop the vote entirely. (NOTE: written in ’95. Scriptapalooza 2001 - 2nd place. NOT Costner and Stern's "Swing Vote," which was written in 2007. Script was sent to Stern's first producer in 9/00. Said producer also worked on previous Costner films. Suspect it was lifted.)
Have been an advertising copywriter for over 30 years working for affiliates of Young & Rubicam, Saatchi & Saatchi and several local advertising firms. My accounts included Eastman Kodak, Xerox, Bausch & Lomb, Paychex and Rochester Telephone (now Frontier/Global Crossing), Citibank, Sylvania Lighting and many more. In addition, I worked for 12 years in marketing for a newspaper division of Gannett, Inc. Also wrote and performed standup comedy for three years with some success and was co-coordinator at the county level for a major '92 presidential candidate. Currently a freelance writer with another screenplay in development and two more being written.
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