OBAMA vs VP Wiley S. Drake 11-09-2008 PRESS RELEASE I HIGHLY recommended that you watch this 2 1/2 hour, but worthwhile press release video from the NATIONAL PRESS CLUB -From We the People Foundation ALSO, please watch this video regarding media censorship: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Vice presidential Candidate Wiley S. Drake Sr. to file in court asking to de-certify Barack Obama because he has refused to release proof of being a Natural Born Citizen, thereby disqualifying Obama in his bid for the Office of President. Vice presidential Candidate filing lawsuit against Obama Contact: Steve Marquis Telephone Number: 425-698-7084 Email Address: peoplesvoice@ peoplesvoice@ Wiley S. Drake, Sr. - wileydrake@ In another unrelated action, though also aimed at forcing Obama to release proof or step down, 24 potential Electoral College electors are filing action Monday morning in court also demanding proof. A call is herein being issued to any elector in any state, especially democrat electors who would like to join that effort. Electors interested in adding their name to this lawsuit can contact Mr. Marquis who will put you in contact with the attorney handling that case. OBAMA and INVALID HAWAII BIRTH CERTIFICATE - 12-10-2008 AS THE OBAMA WORLD TURNS-CITIZENSHIP ISSUE HEATING-12-08-08 OBAMA OPEN LETTER 11-10- 2008 from We the People Foundation OBAMA vs BERG 11-10-2008 PRESS RELEASE www ...
Conditions for fair race for power and sympathies of electors were created in Belarus. Conditions for fair race for power and sympathies of electors were created in Belarus. This was stated today by the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko when opening press-conference for the representatives of Belarusian and foreign mass media. Alexander Lukashenko especially stressed that the authority made provision of everything necessary for the main political campaign to pass fair, openly and according to the national legislation. (Alexander Lukashenko, President of the Republic of Belarus) Tonight at 9 pm watch the television version of the press-conference of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko for the representatives of Belarusian and foreign mass media on the First Channel and Belarus-TV.
No Dirty Tricks - Join With Courage Campaign! Republican lawyers have proposed a ballot initiative that would split California's electoral votes and give the equivalent of Ohio to the GOP nominee. The Courage Campaign and the netroots are fighting this dirty trick. Join them at /nodirtytricks.
Joe Hogsett Remarks at the 2008 Meeting of Indiana Presidential Electors Democrat Joe Hogsett, former Indiana Secretary of State, gives remarks at the 2008 Meeting of Presidential Electors
NSW Elector Geo-location System---my complaints 3 Here I am, once again, discussing the NSW Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Act 1912 and the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998--all in relation to the New South Wales Electoral Commission's apparent recent monitoring of my personal webpages after I made a complaint about their new Elector Geo-location System. It appears someone at the New South Wales Electoral Commission, in Sydney, spent some near 10 minutes (methodically?) downloading through most, if not all, of my personal webpages. Should I consider their having done so an invasion of my privacy by the NSW Electoral Commission? What is the NSW Electoral Commission going to do with those files on me they downloaded? Will they be destroyed, or kept on a hard disk somewhere, for eternity? Should I demand that this information be removed? Should I make a complaint to the Privacy Commissioner at the Human Rights Commission? Should I complain to the NSW Council for Civil Liberties? To the NSW Privacy Commission? Would the NSW Electoral Commission also snoop through electors' backyards in the same casual way? Will we all end up with silicon chips implanted in us for tracking by GPS? .....
Saving Democracy from Arrow's Paradox Here is an example which will illustrate the flaw in the Single Transferable Vote (STV) system used in the Presidential elections in the US and India. Consider what happens when there are five Presidential candidates A, B, C, D, E and the electoral college consists of 501 electors. Suppose 251 electors have given their preference order as ABCDE (A preferred most and E preferred least) and the remaining 250 electors have their preference as BCDEA. Most people would agree that B should be elected President, since he has been chosen by everyone as either the first preference or the second preference, and almost half (250 out of 501) have given him the first preference. Also, A is preferred least by almost half the electorate (250 out of 501), which should neutralize the 251 first preference votes in his favor. While common sense suggests that B is the right choice, the system of STV would choose A as the President. Arrow's paradox asserts that this kind of anomalies are inevitable if the input to a voting system is a preference order.
Electors choose reform Yesterday media companies concentrated all their attention to the elections that are being held in different countries. Constitutional referendums, presidential and parliamentary elections were to involve the residents of several countries. Turkish society is to vote for or against the constitutional modifications, according to which the president was to be elected by popular vote. The overwhelming majority of electors voted in favor of this reform. This means that in future the president of Turkey is not going to be elected by the Turkish Parliament. Several months ago, the election of the Turkish president by the Parliament led to a crisis, which itself became a motive for this referendum.
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Register of Electors: Spasmodic Caress 1979 Written and performed by Spasmodic Caress: Spaz go political '79
How to Obtain EPIC - Elector Photo Identity Card Guidance for Electors on how to Obtain an EPIC(Electors' Photo Identity Card)
Meeting of Indiana Presidential Electors Indiana voted for a Democrat for president for the first time in over 50 years and only the 5th time in history. I got a ticket to attend and shot some video. This is a VERY condensed version of the ceremony. Watch history as Indiana casts its 11 electoral votes for Barack Obama.
School House Rock - I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College (America Rock) Lyrics: [Cheerleaders, as a cheer:] ELEC-TOR-AL Electoral College - we've got a tale to tell! [Sung by voting box:] So what if we don't have a football team? At least we never have to write a theme. No classes, no professors, no tuition, Yet we're the goal of every politician. [With cheerleaders:] 'Cuz everyone who graduates becomes the president. Ta Da! I'm gonna send your vote to college, When you vote for president, And if you'll let me share some knowledge, You'll understand this big event! The folks who wrote our Constitution Had the idea for this plan, And it's been used in our elections Since our government began. When you pull down on my levers for the person of your choice, You're also choosing state electors, who will have the final voice. They're called the electoral college, and they'll meet to stipulate Who the voters have selected to be the winner in each state. Now, the number of electors That your state is going to get Is based on total population That's a formula that's set. And when the popular vote is counted To find a winner in each state, Each state will pledge all of its electors To choose the winning candidate! [Winning candidate:] I like it! I like it! [Cheerleaders:] ELEC-TOR-AL Electoral College - and we deserve a yell! And even if the vote is close, And someone wins by just a little, tiny hair, Electors give that person all their votes, And it's considered fair and square! I'm gonna send your vote to college When you vote for president, And now ...
What the Hell is the Electoral College? www.youdecide2008.com More spellbinding information about the Presidential election system in the US of A. What ARE Electors and can they wrest elections from the choice of American citizens? More hocus pocus from the days of the horse and buggy, electors are the invisible, mystery voters.
Amateur Boxing Tournament -Bruce Wells A lot of footage of Bruce Wells bout, fm 1.40Secs - The Tournament was attended by HRH Duke of Edinburgh, No sound
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DOE Register of Electors In 2008 the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government was looking for a memorable campaign to promote the closing date for the Electoral Register. Winning the tender against stiff competition from ten other agencies, First created a fun cartoon character called Freddie who featured in all print, audio and online advertising. To support the advertising campaign, the agency also designed, printed and dispatched 10000 informational posters to every TD and Senator in the country, all libraries, educational institutions and any other relevant bodies, delivering a highly successful campaign within extremely tight time parameters.
Swing States in US Elections Americans elect their president using a representative system called the Electoral College. A state has a set amount of "electors," and all of those electors go to the candidate who gets the largest number of votes in that state. Many states almost always vote for one of the two major parties. However, a handful of states, such as Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, could potentially vote for either candidate. These states are called "swing states."
US Constitution- the mini series; Article 1, Sections 1&2 Article I. Section 1 All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. Section 2 The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members chosen every second Year by the People of the several States, and the Electors in each State shall have the Qualifications requisite for Electors of the most numerous Branch of the State Legislature. No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the Age of twenty five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen. Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons. The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct. The Number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty Thousand, but each State shall have at Least one Representative; and until such enumeration shall be made, the State of New Hampshire shall be entitled to choose three ...
A Message to Our Electors Important message for our electors. For more information, please visit mocratic-.
NSW ELECTOR GEO-LOCATION SYSTEM--my complaints 2 Here I am discussing the polite and restrained written reply I received from Paul Beeren, the Director Enrolment at the NSW Electoral Commission in Sydney. He called me "Mr," this time, instead of by my first name. (More formal!) It appears someone at the New South Wales Electoral Commission, in Sydney, spent some near 10 minutes (methodically?) downloading through most, if not all, of my personal webpages. Should I consider their having done so an invasion of my privacy by the NSW Electoral Commission? What is the NSW Electoral Commission going to do with those files on me they downloaded? Will they be destroyed, or kept on a hard disk somewhere, for eternity? Should I demand that this information be removed? Should I make a complaint to the Privacy Commissioner at the Human Rights Commission? Should I complain to the NSW Council for Civil Liberties? To the NSW Privacy Commission? Would the NSW Electoral Commission also snoop through electors' backyards in the same casual way? Will we all end up with silicon chips implanted in us for tracking by GPS? .....
Election: Presidents and the Constitution If you enjoy this video, please visit to look at the rest of the Presidents and the Constitution curriculum or visit http to see the other resources that the Bill of Rights Institute has to offer. Selecting the President While many Americans believe they have a right to vote for President of the United States, they actually never cast votes for candidates themselves. They vote for electors who, in modern times, are pledged to vote for certain candidates. This process differs from what was imagined by the Founders, who designed a republican system for citizens to vote for individuals in their state who they believed were wise and prudent (electors). Electors, chosen by the people, would then themselves vote among candidates for President on behalf of their state. Despite recurrent calls for its abolition, the Electoral College has served and continues to serve as a means for presidential selection that represents the will of the people as well as the sovereignty of states. Several times in our history, the Electoral College system was challenged as a result of unanticipated tie votes (1800), the allegation of a "corrupt bargain" among members of the House of Representatives (1826), and even conflicting sets of electoral votes submitted by states (1876). The Presidential election of 2000 was one of the most hotly contested in American history and ended with a Supreme Court decision halting the state-wide manual recount ordered by a state Supreme Court.
Saxon Monarchs The Electors and Kings of Saxony of the House of Wettin. Over the centuries members of the Wettin dynasty have reigned over Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia, Poland, Great Britain, Portugal, Bulgaria and Belgium. Orginally an Electorate of the Holy Roman Empire, after its dissolution in 1806 Saxony became a kingdom under Friedrich Augustus I. As with the rest of the German Reich, the Saxon monarchy was abolished in the revolutions of 1918 and Friedrich Augustus III became the last King of Saxony. However, the family line continues today with his grandson Maria Emanuel.
Kennedy Nixon Full Debate Day 2 Part 6 (1960) October 7, 1960 - Watch the full debate: John F. Kennedy: Richard Nixon: The actual number of popular votes received by Kennedy and Nixon in Georgia is also difficult to determine because voters voted for 12 separate electors. The vote totals of 458638 votes for Kennedy and 274472 votes for Nixon reflect the number of votes for the Kennedy and Nixon electors who received the highest number of votes. However, the Republican and Democratic electors receiving the highest number of votes were outliers from the other 11 electors from their party. The average vote totals for the 12 electors were 455629 votes for the Democratic electors and 273110 votes for the Republican electors. This shrinks Kennedy's election margin in Georgia by 1647 votes to 182519. Many Southern Democrats were opposed to the national Democratic Party's platform on supporting civil rights and voting rights for African-Americans living in the South. Both before and after the convention, they attempted to put unpledged Democratic electors on their states' ballots in the hopes of influencing the race: the existence of such electors might influence which candidate would be chosen by the national convention, and, in a close race, such electors might be in a position to extract concessions from either the Democratic or Republican presidential candidates in return for their electoral votes. Most of these attempts failed. Alabama put up a mixed slate of ...
Dead Elector Votes in California A long deceased person, Illene Haber, was included among the electors for Barack Obama, in the State of California. According to WND "In the 28th Congressional District (Congressman Howard Berman), situated in Los Angeles County, Ilene Huber is listed as the presidential elector designated in that district. However, as shown in the attached certified statement of Dean C. Logan, registrar-recorder/county clerk of the county of Los Angeles, state of California, there is no Ilene Huber listed as a registered voter in the County of Los Angeles. A statewide search of public records has revealed only one Ilene Huber in the state of California, and she is deceased-a copy of her certificate of death is attached hereto as well," the advisory said. Documents can be found at: www.archives.gov
The Arrival Of The Electors - Hans Zimmer - Angels and Demons Expanded Score Amazing track! By Hans Zimmer. Let your comment, please.
Re: STATE BY STATE ELECTION PREDICTIONS [CC] I explain how, under the system of the Electoral College in the US, if you either get the 11 biggest states by elector count, or the majority of the states having 10 or more electors, you'll win the election even if your opponent gets ALL of the other states, and that, except in tight elections, the states with 9 or fewer electors are essentially irrelevant (except maybe for bragging rights.)
Baron Hill at 2008 Indiana Meeting of Indiana Presidential Electors US Rep. Baron Hill's comments at the 2008 Meeting of Indiana Presidential Electors. It was the first time in over 50 years and only the 5th time in history that Indiana Democrats have gotten to fulfill this duty.
Christopher Hitchens (4/6) on Voting, Gun Control, and the Electoral College (1996) April 5, 1996 Watch the full program: The issue of firearms has, at times, taken a high-profile position in United States culture and politics. Michael Bouchard, Assistant Director/Field Operations of ATF, estimates that 5000 gun shows take place each year in the United States. Incidents of gun violence in 'gun-free' school zones have ignited debate involving gun politics in the United States. Support for gun control in America has been steadily dropping. Currently, the American public strongly opposes attempts to ban gun ownership, and is divided on attempts to limit gun ownership. A 2008 Gallup poll revealed that 28% of the population supported a total ban on handguns — the lowest level since the poll was first taken in 1959 (when support for a total ban was 60% of the population). This same poll revealed that 49% of Americans in 2008 preferred more restrictive gun laws, compared to 78% when the question was first asked in the 1990 version of the poll. A 2009 CNN poll found even lower levels of support for gun laws: in this poll, only 39% favored more restrictive laws. The poll indicates that the drop in support (compared to 2001 polls) came from self-identified Independents, with levels of opposition among Democrats and Republicans remaining consistent. There is a sharp divide between gun-rights proponents and gun-control proponents. This leads to intense political debate over the effectiveness of firearm regulation. On the ...
Cardinal Sergio Sebastiani turns 80. The number of cardinal electors drops to 115. On April 11 Italian Cardinal Sergio Sebastiani turns 80 years o
Heidelberg Germany December Alemania The castle is a mix of styles from Gothic to Renaissance. Prince Elector Ruprecht III (13981410) erected the first representative building in the inner courtyard as a regal residence. The building was divided into a ground floor made of stone and framework upper levels. Another regal building is located opposite to the Ruprecht Building: The Fountain Hall. Prince Elector Philipp (14761508) is said to have arranged the transfer of the hall's columns from a decayed palace of Charlemagne to Heidelberg. In the 16th and 17th century the Prince Electors added two representative palace buildings and turned the fortress into a castle. The two dominant buildings at the eastern and northern side of the courtyard were erected during the rule of Ottheinrich (15561559) and Friedrich IV (15831610). Under Friedrich V (16131619), the main building of the westside was erected, the so called "English Building". The castle and its garden were destroyed several times (during the 30 Years' War and the Palatine war of succession). When Prince Elector Karl Theodor who resided in Schwetzingen tried to restore the castle, lightning struck the Castle in 1764 and finished all attempts to rebuild the castle. Later on, the castle was misused as a quarry - castle stones helped to build new houses in Heidelberg. This was stopped in 1800 by Count Charles de Graimberg who made any effort he could to preserve the Heidelberg Castle. In spite of its Gothic interior, it was not before 1934, that the King's ...
Laurie Blakeman on Bill 7 Privacy Issues and the Electors List Laurie addresses the privacy concerns with information collected for the Electors list.
ALL 2012 Presidential Candidates Beware!!! In 1876 just ONE Electors' Vote changed the outcome. This is a cleaner video transfer of my award winning short on Tilden with the original which has over 2800 hits. The Samuel Tilden website has racked up many fans too, over 20000 visitors to the site. My goal is to produce Tilden into a mini-series someday. All Presidential Candidates Beware -- The Electoral Votes have changed with the latest Census...It only takes ONE Electors' VOTE for a Presidency to be lost --or stolen. Doesn't matter if the candiate wins the popular vote -- the Electoral votes once counted is a winner takes all system. Books published, "Samuel Tilden, the Real 19th President and "The Life of Samuel J Tilden" Vol 2
US Constitution- the mini series; Article 2, Section 1 Article II. Section 1 The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice-President chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows: Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector. The Electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by Ballot for two persons, of whom one at least shall not lie an Inhabitant of the same State with themselves. And they shall make a List of all the Persons voted for, and of the Number of Votes for each; which List they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the Seat of the Government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate. The President of the Senate shall, in the Presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted. The Person having the greatest Number of Votes shall be the President, if such Number be a Majority of the whole Number of Electors appointed; and if there be more than one who have such Majority, and have an equal Number of Votes, then the House of Representatives shall immediately choose by Ballot one of them for ...
Laurie Blakeman on Bill 7 The Integrity of the Electors List Laurie comments on the problems with how the information collected for the Electors list could be used in the Election Statutes Amendment Act debate.
Matt Hern - Car Free Days Matt Hern, activist with Car Free Days taped at the A Vancouver for Everyone: COPE (Coalition of Progressive Electors) Ideas 2007 Conference on December 1, 2007.
Elector Allotment & Alphabetical Candidates Music: Psalms 1 & 2. Please Enjoy & God Bless. Elector allotment removes party control and places it into the hands of active voters. Listing candidates alphabetically on a ballot by their surnames is an unbiased and nonpartisan presentation.
My VOTE for Chuck Baldwin and all the CPPA electors I am voting for the Constitution Party electors Chuck Baldwin and not for the lesser of the two evil....I missed Darrel Castle because they did not explain to me that he could go with Chuck (sorry Mr. Castle I will do better in 4 years when we know exactly who is running and what to do with this new electronic vote)
Article. II. - The Executive Branch (section 1) Section 1 - The President Note1 Note2 The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice-President chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows: Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector. (The Electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by Ballot for two persons, of whom one at least shall not lie an Inhabitant of the same State with themselves. And they shall make a List of all the Persons voted for, and of the Number of Votes for each; which List they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the Seat of the Government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate. The President of the Senate shall, in the Presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted. The Person having the greatest Number of Votes shall be the President, if such Number be a Majority of the whole Number of Electors appointed; and if there be more than one who have such Majority, and have an equal Number of Votes, then the House of Representatives shall immediately chuse by Ballot ...
HEIDELBERG GERMANY - CASTLE 28Sep2007.. GERMANY... HEIDELBERG CASTLE.. The castle is a mix of styles from Gothic to Renaissance. Prince Elector Ruprecht III (1398 - 1410) erected the first representative building in the inner courtyard as a regal residence. The building was divided into a ground floor made of stone and framework upper levels. Another regal building is located opposite to the Ruprecht Building: The Fountain Hall. Prince Elector Philipp (1476 - 1508) is said to have arranged the transfer of the hall's columns from a decayed palace of Charlemagne to Heidelberg. In the 16th and 17th century the Prince Electors added two representative palace buildings and turned the fortress into a castle. The two dominant buildings at the eastern and northern side of the courtyard were erected during the rule of Ottheinrich (1556 - 1559) and Friedrich IV (1583 - 1610). Under Friedrich V (1613 - 1619), the main building of the westside was erected, the so called "English Building".
WIU's Rick Hardy, Former Elector, on Election 2008 Richard J. "Rick" Hardy, professor and chair of the political science department at Western Illinois University and a former Elector, weighs in on several topics relating to Election 2008 in eight podcast segments including: "The Candidates and What's at Stake," "Congressional Race," "Electors," "Supreme Court," "Polls and Methodology" and "Media Bias."
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