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12/29/2004

Ohio Official Refuses Interview Over Vote

Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell has requested a protective order to prevent him from being interviewed as part of an unusual court challenge of the presidential vote.

Blackwell, in a court filing, says he's not required to be interviewed by lawyers as a high-ranking public official, and accused the voters challenging the results of ``frivolous conduct'' and abusive and unnecessary requests of elections officials around the state. (MORE >>>)

I didn't think the preservation of democracy was ``frivolous conduct'' and the taxpayers of ohio foot the bill for this idiot's salary so if they want questions answered (even if asked by a lawyer to Mr. Blackwell) he has an obligation to answer.

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