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Vermont ballot eligibility challenge, Ted Cruz Rubio and Jindal not natural born citizens,H. Brooke Paige v State of Vermont Secretary of State James Condos, Complaint filed December 9, 2015

Vermont ballot eligibility challenge, Ted Cruz Rubio and Jindal not natural born citizens,H. Brooke Paige v State of Vermont Secretary of State James Condos, Complaint filed December 9, 2015

“According to the  US Citizenship and Immigration Services Ted Cruz was not a US citizen at birth and consequently not a natural born citizen.”…Citizen Wells

“no Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President . . . .”…US Constitution

“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells

 

Just in from H. Brooke Paige.

“On December 9, 2015 – I filed a complaint against the State of Vermont,
Vermont Secretary of State James Condos and Attorney General William
Sorrell seeking to prevent various errors in the Presidential Primary and
General Election.

As detailed in the attached complaint, these errors include: preventing
the printing of the names of Constitutionally unqualified  candidates on
the ballots, preventing the counting of signatures on defective petitions
and rejecting the Consent of Candidates forms that do not bear properly
verified signatures of the candidates as well as various other issues
relating to conducting the Presidential primary and general election by
the Defendant, Secretary of State James Condos, on behalf of his employer,
Defendant, State of Vermont.

As you may remember, my 2012 effort to resolve these issues was
intentionally delayed by Attorney General William Sorrell representing the
State and Condos until the Courts could no longer provide any of the
relief sought in that action – Sorrell is named as a Defendant in this
action in a effort to hold him accountable for any such attempts here. The
one outcome from that case was Sorrell’s offering of an opinion in oral
arguments before the Vermont Supreme Court that while he did not believe
that I had standing to bring the case as  a mere citizen of Vermont ,
despite clear and simple language in the Vermont Election Code (Title  17)
that stated that I had said standing, that another candidate certainly
would have prudential standing to bring the ballot challenge. I have
announced my candidacy and am circulating petitions to be included on the
Presidential Primary Ballot  in Vermont, thus satisfying Sorrell’s
prudential standing objection.

Since the Washington Co. Sheriff did not affect service of process until
December 11, the Defendants have until December 31 to answer the complaint
as of this date that have yet to do so.”

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