24 October 2006

Ken Blackwell's Glass House

Joe Hallet of the Columbus Dispatch discovers that Ken Blackwell had a pretty serious staffing problem of his own:

As state treasurer, Blackwell hired a felon and kept him on the payroll after his office discovered the man had a long record of arrests. Under Blackwell, who was treasurer from March 1994 to January 1999, Michael A. Toomer received two pay increases, and left the treasurer's office in 2002, landing in prison for the next four years.

And there's PLENTY more, folks. Read it here.

(via HypoSpeak)

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