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  • Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal





    Wednesday, November 03, 2004

    Oh no! Not 10 more days of Mr. Blackwell 

    J. Kenneth Blackwell, the Ohio secretary of state, has the floor. He isn't likely to yield it anytime soon. Democratic Sens. John Kerry and John Edwards want every vote counted. That could take awhile. Counting of provisional ballots may not begin until after 10 days of scrutiny to determine whether the some 175,000 ballots were cast by properly registered voters. Because there was question about their status, these voters were given provisional ballots. With President Bush holding a 136,221 vote lead (2,794,346 to 2,658,125), Ohioblog isn't buying that Kerry still has a chance. But unless Kerry concedes, the process will continue. ``Take a deep breath and relax,'' Blackwell told reporters. ``If it takes two hours, two days or two weeks.'' And oh yeah - keep that spotlight on Ken. He loves it.
    posted by Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal at 8:33 AM



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