October 2, 2007
"Clean Elections" Lawsuit
to Expand to All 50 States
More Plaintiffs Needed
As of last Wednesday, all ten states currently listed as
defendants in the National Clean Elections Lawsuit were
served with the Summons and Complaint. The action is aimed
at prohibiting the use of all types of vote counting
machines, and requiring hand-counting of all primary and general
election ballots in full view of the public.
The lawsuit has raised significant constitutional questions
challenging the generally accepted practices of state
election officials of relying on "black box" voting machines
to record and count the votes at each polling station, and
allow tallying of votes by election officials outside the
view of the general public. In many cases, states have
officially authorized voting "systems" that leave virtually
no paper trail from which to audit the vote.
here to see a news video from
Iowa about the lawsuit.
Click here to read a news article from New
Hampshire's Union Leader
Thus far, the lawsuit been brought against ten states: Iowa,
Texas, Florida, New York, New Hampshire, Illinois,
California, South Carolina, Ohio and Oregon.
Due to mounting public interest, it has been decided to do
everything possible to add the remaining forty states as
defendants. To do this, we need at least one citizen
from each of those forty states to step forward to be a
It has also been decided, in an abundance of caution, to
increase the number of plaintiffs from each of the
fifty states to two or three.
Therefore, we are calling for additional citizens to become
plaintiffs in the clean elections lawsuit. Citizens need to
be at least age 18 and be registered to vote in the state
where they reside. They should have a passion for liberty
and for making sure every vote is counted. They should also
be able and willing to stay with the action through “thick
and thin.” Remember, discontent brings change, but change
also brings discontent.
be good to have representatives of other “election
integrity” groups participate as plaintiffs.
To summarize, we need at least one plaintiff from
each of the ten states already sued to function as "back-up"
plaintiffs (in case one of the original plaintiffs drops out
for some unanticipated reason), and we need at least two
plaintiffs for each of the balance of the 40 remaining
Click here if you have in interest in becoming a
plaintiff. Please enter all the contact information
requested. There is no cost to become a plaintiff.
If interested, please join one of our group conferences (to
be scheduled later).
We will provide prospective plaintiffs a brief overview of
the legal process, your responsibilities as a plaintiff and
we will attempt to answer any questions you may have. We
will notify potential plaintiffs
The lawsuit is being coordinated with Jim Condit's election
fraud watchdog group, Citizens for a Fair Vote Count. Its
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