As we sit around waiting patiently for Robert Mecklenborg’s delayed resignation to take effect, I thought I’d help clear up some questions that came up during our investigation – and also present some of the outstanding questions that still remain with the hope that maybe someone can help me answer them.
For now, let’s focus specifically on the car.
If you remember, Mecklenborg was pulled over while driving a Silver, 2004 Lexus with temporary Kentucky tags.
Earlier in the month Modern raised the question about the car. Given that the temporary plates were from Kentucky, he surmised […]Full Story... →
Beware the law of unintended consequences. Bill Bush in today’s Dispatch notices a little problem with the current attempt by Republicans to depress Democratic voters by requiring a state issued driver license or ID card in order to vote:
…records from the state Bureau of Motor Vehicles show about 8.83 million voting-age residents have an Ohio driver’s license or photo ID – about 28,000 more than there are voting-age residents in the state, according to the 2010 census.
Sounds like 28,000 potential cases of voter fraud right? There could be an epidemic of people voting more than once because there […]Full Story... →