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An Ohio Representative's plan to retain his seat
after failing to properly file for the Republican primary is drawing criticism
and the attention of the local board of elections.
When state Representative Rex Damschroder filed
petitions for his re-election he failed to sign two of the forms, invalidating
his candidacy. State election law bars any candidate who attempted to file from
running as a run-in candidate.
Damschroder then decided his wife Rhonda would
run as a write-in candidate. If she won the republican primary, she would then
drop out of the race. The Sandusky and Seneca County Boards of Elections would
then have to choose a replacement candidate, presumable Rex Damschroder.
One of Damschroder's constituents, John Brewer, filed an
official complaint about the plan this week, saying Damschroder
and his wife intend to commit election fraud.
"This is what makes America great, anybody
can protest anything. But after talking with my attorneys, they said it's a
very very weak argument of what he has. Everything we are doing is perfectly
legal, there have been precedents set in prior cases, and he says don't worry
about it," said Rex Damschroder.
The case will be heard by the Sandusky County
Board of Elections on March 5.