Now Indiana Elections commission is pulling a new trick, which is a real joke, they claim the general election challenge had to be filed before the primary election, even if a candidate was not on the ballot in the primary
Posted on | September 21, 2012 | 12 Comments
This is criminality bordering on idiocy and mockery of a rule of law. They wrote on the challenge for Plaintiff Karl Swihart which was for the GENERAL ELECTION that they refuse to file it because it is untimely, as it was not filed 81 days before the PRIMARY ELECTION.
Plaintiffs told them that these are 2 different elections. A person might win a national nomination without even being on the ballot in every state. What’s more, in multiple states, such as GA and FL they denied challenges stating that there is no standing to sue as challenges are premature before one is nominated and runs in the general election. Judge Lewis in FL argued that Hillary Clinton won FL in 2008, but did not become a nominee, so it is not ripe, not timely, to challenge before one is nominated. Now they are saying that it is too late, as it was supposed to be challenged 81 days before the Primary.
As I am spread thin and have cases in multiple states, I need help with research in Indiana . I need all the statutes and precedents referring to the General Election challenges, particularly for federal offices or candidate who were challenged in both primary and generaql elections. We will have to file a second legal action in Indiana and join it with an existing legal action dealing with the primary election.
I am getting more and more angry, seeing games they are playing in GA, IN, CA. Our corrupt establishment is treating every American citizen, every member of the U.S. military as a complete moron