Coming out of FoxNews.com, Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett confirmed he received the necessary proof that Obama is in fact eligible to be on the ballot. He did not furnish to the public the proof he said he was provided. Jerome Corsi of WND says the proof was nothing more than "non-verification verification" that some clever lawyers drafted.
Joshua Wisch, special assistant to Hawaii Attorney General David Louie, told The Associated Press in an email late Tuesday that the matter is resolved after Hawaii gave Arizona the verification it was looking for.
Bennett said he would not put Obama on the ballot unless Hawaii could confirm his birth records. Then Hawaii responded by saying they would not release any information unless Bennett could prove he needed the information.
Hawaii — which has vouched for Obama’s birth in the state several times as early as October 2008 — didn’t bow to the request easily. The Aloha State told Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett he had to prove he needed the records as part of normal business.