Not sure, but this politician in Minnesota does. >SHARON ANDERSON
Sharon Anderson — also known as Sharon Scarrella Anderson, or the Right Rev. Sharon Lea Peterson Hurska Chergosky Scarrella Anderson — is a frequent presence in the court system, mostly of her own choosing. Representing herself, she frequently sues elected officials, prosecutors, judges and banks in state and federal court.
In fact, she has filed suit against the city of St. Paul so many times that a state judge once barred her from ever suing the city again. Anderson called the decision politically motivated because she had once run against the judge for office.
Anderson claims to have run for public office every year since 1970. She once declared her Summit Avenue home to be a tax-exempt religious institution — the Church of Justice Reform — but the courts decided otherwise and had her and her husband evicted in 1988. She still uses the Summit Avenue address in her campaign filings, including her contest against St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman in 2013, where she earned 3 percent of the vote.
Anderson was arrested numerous times in the 1970s and 1980s on charges ranging from assaulting her husband and punching a police officer to contempt of court. In 1996, she said, she spent 94 days at state security hospitals in St. Peter and Brainerd.