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2012 US Presidential Election, Electoral College, Electors, US Constitution, Federal Election Law, State Election Laws, State officers, State Election Officials, Judges, US Supreme Court Justices, Questions and answers

2012 US Presidential Election, Electoral College, Electors, US Constitution, Federal Election Law, State Election Laws, State officers, State Election Officials, Judges, US Supreme Court Justices, 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 Reprinted from Citizen Wells December 13, 2008. 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 presidentRead 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


Obama eligibility, State Electoral College Laws unconstitutional, State Election Laws, US Constitution and Federal Election Laws govern, State officers, State election officials, Election Boards, Electoral College Electors, Judges, Political parties, High Crimes and Misdemeanors, Uphold Constitution

I have begun an article that has evolved out of my efforts to understand all of the election laws as they apply to the 2008 election and Barack Obama’s eligibility. It is clear to me and others that many State officers, Election officials and judges are not performing their duties under the US Constitution, Federal Election Law and state laws. It appears that many are guilty of High Crimes and Misdemeanors. What is also self evident to me is that the states and political parrties that require Electoral College ElectorsRead More


Obama not eligible, US Constitution, Tenth Amendment, Bill of Rights, US Supreme Court, Federal Judges, State Judges, State Election Officials, Electoral College Electors, Philip J Berg lawsuit, Leo C Donofrio lawsuit, Citizen Wells facts and arguments

To: Justice Souter Justice Thomas US Supreme Court Federal Judges State judges State election officials Electoral College Electors       US Citizens The US Constitution must be upheld US citizens have the right, the power and the duty to require proof of eligibilty of presidential candidates What I am about to write is so inherently simple and self evident, that it may appear on the surface to be implausible. However, the following facts and arguments flow from the founding fathers’ wisdom and desire to protect the American citizens from tyrrany. I haveRead More


Obama not eligible, Obama Indonesian, US Constitution, Lawsuits, Philip J Berg, State lawsuits, Electoral College Electors, State election officials, Uphold Constitution

US Constitution Tenth Amendment “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, norprohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively,or to the people.” Election laws vary from state to state.The states control the election process up to the vote by the Electoralcollege. States accept the nominee of the major political party and claimthat they have no jurisdiction to qualify or exclude.However, Citizen Wells’ position is that the US Constitution clearlydefines eligibilty for the presidency and the Constitution rules. UNITED STATES ELECTION LAW “TheRead More