White supremacist Frazier Glenn Miller has not sought representation from the Western Missouri ACLU chapter based in Kansas City for his lawsuit against Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan.
An ACLU source tells The Turner Report that Miller, who is trying to get placed on the August ballot as a Democratic candidate for the Seventh District Congressional seat currently held by Roy Blunt, has not been in touch with the organization's Western Missouri chapter, which represents this area of the state.
In documents filed last week in U. S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri, Miller said he had been turned down by three attorneys, Bob Harmon of the ACLU, Craig Hosmer, and Jason Shaeffer. Harmon is a St. Louis attorney, who has worked First Amendment cases for the American Civil Liberties Union.
Miller was rejected by the Democratic, Republican and Libertarian parties in his efforts to get on the primary ballot.