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, veggie style. hmmm [ male announcer ] for half the calories -- plus veggie nutrition. could've had a v8. >>> joining us tonight for the interview is deborah johnson, she's the denver county clerk and recorder. miss johnson is currently being sued by colorado secretary of state for planning to mail ballots to every voter in denver whose address still seems valid regardless of whether they vote in to 2010. she wants every voter to get a ballot. thanks for your time. >> thank you, rachel. >> i understand this is your first election as denver county court and you're getting sued by the state. are you having fun in your new job? >> yes, i'm having a great time, thank you. >> i know you set out to mail everyone in denver a ballot for the november election. the secretary of state ordered you to not send ballots to voters who missed the november election and haven't voted since. you have said that sending those voters ballots, too, is a fundamental issue of fairness. >>> joins us tonight for the interview is debra johnson. the denver county clerk and reporter. she is being sued from the secr
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