Category Archives: West Virginia voters

West Virginia Election Complaint, WV Secretary of State, Obama not eligible, Federal Elections Commission lawsuit, WV residents participating

I was asked to post the following:
“Subject: I am the Lady in WV filing Election Complaint


re: Searching for Lady in West Virginia filing Federal
Elections Comm. suit

(Ed, Please forward this to anyone contacting you from WV
to get involved.  Thanks.)

My name is XXXXX XXXXXX.
I called into to Ed’s show on Feb 13 asking for residents of
WV who are interesting in doing something in their state to
question Barack Obama’s eligibility for the office of president.
I am preparing to file an Election Complaint with the WV Secretary
of State concerning Barack Obama.  WV has some unique laws in this
regard and there may be an opening to get this issue out in the
I am looking for WV residents who would consider participating
in this.  I will email you information to educate you on the issue,
possibly speak with you on the phone, and we will go from there. 
At this point, this is not a suit.  WV allows ‘ANY PERSON’ to file
an election complaint with the secretary of state.
Please contact me at .
Let’s get this citizenship issue settled once and for all!”


Voter fraud, November 4, 2008, Election, Fox News, Government officials, Voting rights, Acorn voter fraud, PA, FL, VA, NM, NC, CO, MO, OH, Justice Department, Fair Elections Legal Network, Government Officials, Watchdog Groups on Alert

Fox News is covering election fraud and election problems. Here are some exerpts from a new article:

“Expected High Voter Turnout Has Government Officials, Watchdog Groups on Alert
The Justice Department and voting rights watchdog groups expect record voter turnout to lead to potential problems at the polls.

Monday, November 03, 2008
Government officials and voting rights watchdog groups will be keeping close watch of the polls around the country Tuesday, trying to keep lines of voters moving and to make sure that everyone can cast a ballot in what’s anticipated to be a record election turnout.

Groups like the nonpartisan Fair Elections Legal Network are keeping a particularly watchful eye on battleground states like Ohio and Virginia.

“The main thing that we all know is that there’s going to be a huge turnout. There are going to be long lines, and any problems that occur will exacerbate because of those lines,” said Robert M. Brandon, president of the Fair Elections Legal Network.

“We always worry about whether there are an adequate number of resources, particularly voting machines,” Brandon said.

On Monday, a federal judge rejected a motion filed by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to extend voting hours and to get more voting machines sent to minority polling stations in Virginia, where 13 electoral votes are up for grabs. Fair Elections has been trying to have paper ballots sent to Virginia polling places where they fear voting machines could break down.

“There’s a notion that if the machines all break down, they’ll call up and try to get some ballots delivered,” Brandon said. But that leads to voters walking away from long lines that aren’t moving, he said.

The group is also concerned about high turnout and the availability of paper ballots in Ohio and Pennsylvania.

“In general we’re looking at the states that have a lot of activity close to the elections: New Mexico, Colorado, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida,” Brandon said. “Those are the ones that we’re particularly focused on. There are other states like Nevada that will be close, but I haven’t heard of any potential problems there.””

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Ohio Coal Association, Obama bankrupt coal industry, November 3, 2008, Campaign pandering in Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, votes from coal supporters, Obama Biden ticket spells disaster for America’s coal industry, BREAKING NEWS

The Ohio Coal Association, OCA, has responded to the Obama interview from January 2008 in San Francisco. In the interview Obama speaks of bankrupting coal plants and skyrocketing energy prices. Here is the Ohio Coal Association response:

“COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire–USNewswire/ — Mike Carey, president of the Ohio Coal Association (OCA), today issued the following statement in response to just-released remarks from Senator Barack Obama about the nation’s coal industry.

“Regardless of the timing or method of the release of these remarks, the message from the Democratic candidate for President could not be clearer: the Obama-Biden ticket spells disaster for America’s coal industry and the tens of thousands of Americans who work in it.

“These undisputed, audio-taped remarks, which include comments from Senator Obama like ‘I haven’t been some coal booster’ and ‘if they want to build [coal plants], they can, but it will bankrupt them’ are extraordinarily misguided.

“It’s evident that this campaign has been pandering in states like Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana and Pennsylvania to attempt to generate votes from coal supporters, while keeping his true agenda hidden from the state’s voters.”

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Coal states, Obama will bankrupt, Obama speech, San Francisco, January 17, 2008, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Colorado, Indiana, Voters, Energy dependence, Job losses, Obama elitist remarks

If you are a voter in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Colorado, Indiana
or anywhere in the US, pay close attention. People clinging to guns and
religion was not the only elitist remark Obama made in San Francisco.
On January 17, 2008, in a San Francisco interview, in another remark
taylored to his elitist followers, Obama stated he would bankrupt the
coal industry. This time, his remarks are not just insulting, they will
lead to more energy dependence and job losses. Once again, in Obama’s own words, he proves how dangerous he would be for the country.

I would like to thank commenter Fae for bringing this to my attention.

Citizen Wells has inside knowledge of clean coal technology that has been implemented in the US for many years. Once again, as in other matters related to the econcomy, taxes and jobs, Obama speaks to his anti American elitist core, telling them what they want to hear, and not from a position of knowledge and what is best for the country.