I just contacted the NC Board of Elections. I first sent them an email and then had a phone conversation. I asked if they were aware of the Philip J Berg lawsuit. The answer was yes. Then the gentleman mentioned the McCain lawsuit and his eligibility. He also stated that he had been aware of the Berg lawsuit for several months. I stated that I had researched them both. He stated that they get their cues from the national party committees. He also stated that he would read the email. I gave him a heads up that I was going to post this.
Here is a copy of the email that I sent:
(Changes effective January 1, 2007)
§ 163-114. Filling vacancies among party nominees occurring
after nomination and before election.
If any person nominated as a candidate of a political
party for one of the offices listed below (either in a primary
or convention or by virtue of having no opposition in a primary)
Current through September 7, 2008
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dies, resigns, or for any reason becomes ineligible or
disqualified before the date of the ensuing general election,
the vacancy shall be filled by appointment according to the
President vacancy is to be filled by
Vice President appointment of national
executive committee of
political party in which
I am a NC voter.
John McCain is qualified to be president. That issue was put to rest and McCain presented a vault COLB to congress.
It is apparent that Obama is not qualified to be president. Instead of presenting proof, he filed a motion to dismiss Berg’s lawsuit.
The NC Board of Elections is aware of Obama not proving his qualifications, and while I am sympathetic with them for being at the mercy of the DNC, ignorance is not bliss.