Wendy Rosen, a Democratic congressional candidate from Maryland, has been caught voting twice, twice, including voting once in Maryland and again in Florida during 2006 general election and again in the 2008 presidential primaries.
The Democrat who presumably voted for herself in her Maryland primary quit after the state party revealed she doubled down on voting twice, according to the Baltimore Sun newspaper.
Rosen confirmed to The Associated Press that she was withdrawing from the 1st District Maryland congressional race. In a statement, she merely cited "personal issues," with no mention of voter corruption.
The 57-year-old Miami native who lives in Cockeysville, Md. was running against first-term Republican congressman Andy Harris.
Maryland Democratic Party spokesman Matthew Verghese says his office learned of the voting fiasco Friday when it received word of Rosen's voting record.
Rosen's name will remain on the ballot, according to state officials because she won her primary race in April by a slim margin.
Results showed Rosen ahead of her primary challenger by less than 1 percentage point.