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- - - - Mark Twain (Roughing It)

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Write-In Votes Continue to be Banned in California

Banned in California
Lisa Murkowski won a write-in vote in Alaska.

"Corruptus in Extremis"
  • The corrupt Democrats and Republicans forced through a law banning all write-in votes in November. 
  • As a "bonus" all small opposition political parties are prevented from appearing on general election ballots so the voters are FORCED to vote for the special interest funded major parties.

(Ballot Access News)  -  U.S. District Court Judge David Carter refused to require California to show write-in space on ballots for the November 2014 election. Milonopoulos v Bowen, central district, 2:14cv-5973.

The denial of injunctive relief is mostly based on the 1992 U.S. Supreme Court decision Burdick v Takushi, which upheld Hawaii’s ban on write-in space on ballots. The order denying injunctive relief does not take into account that Hawaii ballot access to the general election was far, far easier than California’s current access to the general election, for Congressional elections.

 In Hawaii, a minor party candidate for Congress could appear on the general election ballot if his party was a qualified party and the candidate won his party’s primary, which could be accomplished with a single vote if no one was running against that candidate in that party’s primary.

By contrast, in California, no one can get on the November ballot unless he or she places first or second in the June primary. Even a candidate supported by 30% of the voters may (depending on how the other candidates poll in the primary) fail to qualify for the November ballot.

United States Senate election in Alaska, 2010
Write-inLisa Murkowski (Incumbent)101,09139.06%
RepublicanJoe Miller90,83935.11%
DemocraticScott McAdams60,04523.21%
LibertarianDavid Haase1,45900.56%
IndependentTimothy Carter92700.36%
IndependentTed Gianoutsos45800.18%
Write-inOther write-in votes1,14300.44%
Invalid or blank votes2,78401.08%
Voter turnout52.3%

See more at United States Senate election in Alaska, 2010 

Sample of a FREE Election
Eight parties in the new Swedish Parliament. Freedom. What a concept.

A Warning to American Readersk
American readers, please do not be frightened by the chart above showing many different political parties.  This is something that the rest of the world calls a free election.  Free elections have not existed in the U.S. for multiple generations.
The United States stands almost alone in the world where the same two corrupt Washington D.C. funded parties magically win 100% of all elections to our House of Representatives.  Other nations where the same parties win 100% of the elections are North Korea and China.
Unless the American people rise up and demand real election reform we are doomed to be ruled over by a corrupt, centralized and criminal oligarchy.

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