Jon Elrod was asked about hiring 1 to 1 Media, the marketing company connected with Eric Miller's Advance America. Elrod said his campaign hired the company and he didn't know who was hired. He also said his website is built and he has no plans to change it. He mentioned he felt no need to speak out publicly on this because his record supporting the hate crimes bill and his stance against SJR7 speaks for itself.
not a particularly encouraging response. he didn't know who was designing and hosting his site, and apparently doesn't care. he might disagree with eric miller and his cronies on these two issues, but he doesn't mind giving them money—which he presumably continues to do, as his domain remains registered to main-1-media, which suggests that they are now hosting the site in addition to having designed it.
curiously, one of the commenters at that blog argues that eric miller "would never support someone like Elrod", citing as evidence fakerepublican.com, which is currently a redirect to this advance indiana post about elrod. i guess the idea is that elrod is a "fake" republican because he supports a hate crimes bill and doesn't want to write homobigotry into the state constitution. ironically, the AI post is supportive of elrod and was written by a fellow republican, but what i find most interesting is that nobody had registered fakerepublican.com before november. it seems like such an obvious domain. (incidentally, fakedemocrat.com doesn't seem to be registered to anyone, so snap it up now!)
as for whether eric miller truly could support elrod, i can't say. but miller is crafty, and i imagine that, given the choice between elrod or the democratic nominee (probably andré carson), he would readily choose elrod. but would elrod support eric miller? in a way, he does already.¶