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How to Find and Eliminate Illegal Votes An Election Handbook von Nutting, Jackie (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 01.09.2016
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How to Find and Eliminate Illegal Votes

This is a handbook for those who wish to truly affect the political community. It has been reviewed by experts in the field of election law and found to be a breakthrough in grass roots effectiveness. The methods outlined are easy to follow and the laws associated with them cut through governmental red tape and empower the reader. What is different about 'How to Find and Eliminate Illegal Votes' is that it teaches the individual that they can act alone or in a group. There is no need to organize others in order to cause change, only tenacity and follow through. All of the laws that pertain to elections in California and nationwide have been inserted and explained. There are other laws contained such as the California Public Records Act and Rules of Court 10.500. In doing so, the author teaches you how to use these laws to gather even more information when filing a complaint with a District Attorney or speaking before a public body. For those who are not politically active, this writing is informative and enlightening as to how our governmental system works and the state of voter registration lists today. As a textbook, the student will learn governmental relations, law and methods of obtaining information that would not otherwise be available to the public. 'How to Find and Eliminate Illegal Votes' is exciting reading and brings hope to those who have given up on the voting process.


    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 214
    Erscheinungsdatum: 01.09.2016
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781483580104
    Verlag: BookBaby
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How to Find and Eliminate Illegal Votes

FILED JUNE 16, 2016
LIST OF REGISTERED VOTERS Presently, there exist 2 state codes and 2 federal acts that determine election law in California, and therefore must be adhered to by county Registrars in federal elections. They are the following: 1. California Elections Code (CEC) 2. California Code of Regulations (CCR) 3. National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) 4. Help America Vote Act (HAVA) Federal law must be adhered to by all states in federal elections. Many registrars in California believe that the CEC contains all of the laws for federal elections and do not know their obligations under federal law. Those that are employing federal law are using the guidelines set by the NVRA and not HAVA. This is a mistake as although HAVA does not conflict with the NVRA, it mandates policies and procedures that were merely suggested by the NVRA. Therefore, the ultimate authority over federal elections is HAVA and not the NVRA. Please read the email below. CALIFORNIA ELECTIONS CODE 18501. Any public official who knowingly violates any of the provisions of this chapter, and thereby aids in any way the illegal casting or attempting to cast a vote, or who connives to nullify any of the provisions of this chapter in order that fraud may be perpetrated, shall forever be disqualified from holding office in this state and upon conviction shall be sentenced to a state prison for 16 months or two or three years. Hello Ms. Nutting - Following up on our phone conversation from earlier today, I am sending this email to reiterate what we discussed on the phone - namely, that California elections officials are required to comply both with the provisions of state law (including, but not limited to, the California Elections Code) and federal law (including, but not limited to, the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) and the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA)) when conducting elections for federal office. Similarly, California elections officials must comply with the requirements of both state and federal laws (including the NVRA and HAVA) with respect to conducting voter file maintenance. Assembly Elections & Redistricting Committee Legislative Office Building 1020 N Street, Suite 365 Sacramento, CA 95814 CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS 20108.80. Certification of Elections Official Each elections official shall certify that the county in which the elections official has jurisdiction over the elections is in compliance with all provisions of this chapter for each Federal election. Elections officials shall do so by signing the certification form entitled Certification of Elections Official (01/2007), which is hereby incorporated by reference, and submit it to the Secretary of State with the statement of vote required pursuant to California Elections Code section 15375. The certification form entitled Certification of Elections Official (01/2007) shall be provided by the Secretary of State by electronic or regular mail or facsimile transmission to each elections official along with the statement of vote reporting instructions on or before the third day following a Federal election. Each elections official shall submit to the Secretary of State an original, fully executed Certification of Elections Official (01/2007) with the copy of the certified statement of results required by California Elections Code section 15375. DUPLICATE REGISTRATIONS By data mining the registration list, IFE determined that out of the total registrations on reco

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