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…in an email [written in response to the Ohio Democratic leaders' request for Dann to resign] sent at 11:43 a.m. to staffers in the attorney general’s office, Dann said he will will not resign.
He said he told Strickland “that he and the other officeholders, as well as the members of the legislature, should continue to expect that we will continue to provide high-quality legal services to all of them. I told the governor that we will continue to make our law enforcement partnerships work to protect the people of the state of Ohio.
“I am in the office, have rolled up my sleeves and am working on behalf of the people of the state of Ohio. I hope you will do the same.”
The letter, prepared last night, was signed by Strickland, Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, Treasurer Richard Cordray, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher, the two Democratic legislative leaders, Rep. Joyce Beatty, D-Columbus, and Sen. Ray Miller, D-Columbus, and Ohio Democratic Chairman Chris Redfern.
Strickland told Dann last night the letter was coming and verbally asked him to step down. Dann refused then, too.
So not pretty.
By Jill Miller Zimon at 12:14 pm May 5th, 2008 in Politics
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