Idaho student Jacob Dorsey withdraws from Wisconsin State Assembly race after racist and anti-gay slurs

ALERT: HE IS RETURNING TO IDAHO

An Idaho college student withdrew from a political race in Wisconsin after a series of controversial comments.

Jacob Dorsey quit his campaign for the Wisconsin State Assembly after admitting to making offensive comments about gay and black people -- including using the "n word."

Dorsey took a break from BYU Idaho to run for the seat. He also made disparaging remarks about President Obama and President Lincoln. Dorsey was running as a Republican.

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The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel elaborated:

The 19-year-old, who was running against Rep. Deb Kolste, D-Janesville, issued an apology last week after bloggers discovered a December post on Twitter about a ruling in support of same-sex marriage in Utah that included a derogatory term.

This week, bloggers surfaced comments on YouTube videos that included derogatory statements about black people. Dorsey also used a curse word in a YouTube comment referencing Abraham Lincoln, the nation's first Republican president. ...

Dorsey's name will remain on the Nov. 4 ballot. The Republican Party of Rock County denounced Dorsey's comments and asked him to return a donation to his campaign, according to the Gazette.

Dorsey told news outlets that he plans to return to Idaho to finish school.