Citing computer problems in the attorney general's office, Secretary of State Robin Carnahan has asked for a five-day extension to file a response to avowed white supremacist Frazier Glenn Miller's lawsuit.
The request was made in documents filed today in U. S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri.
Miller is attempting to have his name placed on the August Democratic primary ballot for the U. S. Seventh District Congressional seat currently held by Roy Blunt. Miller initially filed as a Democrat, but the state Democratic party refused the filing, citing his background. Miller was also rebuffed by the Republican and Libertarian parties.
will be unduly prejudiced by said extension.