Democratic Disaster

 
 

2008 Election Certificate of Vote, Electoral College Electors, Minnesota Certificate, Secretary of State, US Constitution, Twelfth Amendment, Governor, Obama not eligible, Citizen Wells, Democratic Disaster, December 16, 2008, Al Franken, Norm Coleman controversy

“Ignorance is not bliss.” “Knowledge is Power.” Minnesota could soon be famous for another 2008 Election controversy aside from the Al Franken, Norm Coleman senate race controversy. The Certificate of Voters must be signed and mailed to the US Senate. If Minnesota uses the same Certificate that was used in 2004, they had better rethink sending it in without complying with the reference to the Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution. There are 2 places in the Twelfth Amendment that refer to presidential eligibility: “as in the case of theRead More


2008 Election Certificate of Vote, Electoral College Electors, California example, Secretary of State, US Constitution, Governor, Alan Keyes, Lawsuit, Obama not eligible, Citizen Wells, Democratic Disaster, December 16, 2008

“Ignorance is not bliss.” “Knowledge is Power.” The Citizen Wells blog and many other citizens have been busy for months informing state officers, election officials, Electoral College Electors and judges of eligibility issues surrounding Barack Obama and reminding those people of their duty under the US Constitution, federal and state laws. Despite these warnings and reminders, the states have plodded along based on tradition, ignorance and party politics. Numerous lawsuits in state and federal courts as well as the US Supreme court should have served as a huge warning thatRead More


2008 US Presidential Election, Electoral College, Electors, US Constitution, Federal Election Law, State Election Laws, State officers, State Election Officials, Judges, US Supreme Court Justices, Democratic Disaster, Questions and answers

“Our Constitution is in actual operation; everything appears to promise that it will last; but nothing in this world is certain but death and taxes.”     Benjamin Franklin Presidential Election Electoral College Questions and Answers Q: What is the Electoral College?: A: The Electoral College was established by the founding fathers as a compromise between election of the president by Congress and election by popular vote. The people of the United States vote for the electors who then vote for the President. Read more Q: Frequently asked questions: A: Read moreRead More