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Meat Loaf & Mitt: Singer May Not Be Eligible To Vote For Romney

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Meat Loaf may be supporting Romney in every way, except voting for him.
Meat Loaf may be supporting Romney in every way, except voting for him.

Meat Loaf came out in support of Romney in a big way on Thursday. The "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" singer led an interesting rendition of "America the Beautiful" with the GOP candidate and spoke of storm clouds that have "come over the United States" -- presumably the metaphorical kind, not the Hurricane Sandy variety.

While Meat Loaf urged the crowd at the rally to "go out and vote," it turns out that he may not be able to do the same. Smoking Gun is reporting that Meat Loaf never registered in his home state of Texas, where voters must register by October 9 to vote in the November 6 election.

He reportedly requested a California mail-in ballot from a property that he lived in for six years but sold 17 months ago. Because California requires voters to be California residents to vote in the election, this could be a little problematic for Meat Loaf.

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