Ohio election suits filed; media naps

Ohio Secretary of State and all around weasel, Ken Blackwell, filed a lawsuit today to prevent him from answering to legal challenges to the Ohio vote. The Guardian:

Blackwell, in a court filing, says he's not required to be interviewed by lawyers as a high-ranking public official, and accused the voters challenging the results of "frivolous conduct" and abusive and unnecessary requests of elections officials around the state.

Meanwhile, John Kerry filed his suit (link) today:

A) To preserve all ballots and voting machines pertaining to the Yost matter for investigation and analysis; and B) To make available for sworn deposition testimony a technician for Triad Systems, the company that produced and maintained many of the voting machines used in the Ohio election.

The media... still napping.