I meant to post this last night, but Marc Dann has resigned as Ohio attorney general. Long before the Sept. 24 deadline, that means whomever Gov. Ted Strickland picks as a temporary replacement will have to stand for election in November. The Democrats obviously decided getting rid of Dann’s corruption as an issue was worth this political risk — the attorney general doesn’t have a seat on the apportionment board, so even if Republicans win the office back there is no risk there — and may even get credit for their handling of the scandal. Now a Spitzer wannabe has fallen.
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