The bluegrass state of Kentucky has joined the controversy surrounding Barack Obama's Constitutional eligibility to be President. An election official has requested Kentucky Attorney General General Jack Conway to investigate Obama's eligibility. There is no word what the response from Kentucky state Attorney General Conway will be. Here is the story from wnd.com.
An official in the office of Kentucky's elections chief has referred to state Attorney General Jack Conway for investigation the issue of Barack Obama's eligibility to be president.
In a letter to Conway, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Leslie A. Fugate noted the issue of "President Barack Obama's eligibility to be on the ballot in Kentucky."
"Because our office does not have investigative powers … we are referring the matter to your office," he wrote.
The letter followed a visit to elections officials by California attorney Orly Taitz, who is working through her Defend Our Freedoms Foundation on several court cases challenging Obama's eligibility.