|Dear Fellow Patriot,|
Please see the following important newsletter from the Committee for an Ethical Judiciary and help them out. Many judges are up for election or re-election on Tuesday and that will have a dramatic impact on the future of our country.
|Committee for an Ethical Judiciary|
David Shrum - Chairman
The Committee for an Ethical Judiciary
932 "D" Street, Suite 2
Ramona, California 92065
|Dear Conservative Friend,|
|Leftist judges are on the ballot all across America. And the Committee for an Ethical Judiciary is working overtime to defeat them next Tuesday.|
|They are spending huge amounts of time and money to win these elections.|
And the Committee for an Ethical Judiciary is the only conservative group in America that is 100% committed to helping win these critical judicial elections.
Many of the candidates that we are supporting don't have very high name ID, or much organization. And many of the conservative challengers to liberal, anti-traditional values, and pro-ObamaCare judges don't have much money.
That's why the conservative grassroots needs to stand up.
In North Carolina, the liberals are fighting like crazy to seize control of that state's Supreme Court. They want to use the court to attack traditional marriage and voter ID laws.
In Alabama, former judge and conservative hero Roy Moore is campaigning to win a seat on the Alabama State Supreme court. This is one of the most brutal judicial campaigns in the country. Alabama and America need Roy Moore back on the bench.
In Florida, left-wing members of that state's Supreme Court - Barbara Pariente, Fred Lewis, and Peggy Quince, - are all running for reelection. These three liberals have led the charge in support of ObamaCare. We have a GREAT chance to finally get rid of these anti-Constitution judicial activists!
And, in Iowa, ultra-liberal Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins is fighting to remain on the bench. He was one of the justices who forced Iowa to legalize homosexual marriage. If we get Iowa conservatives to turn out, we can defeat this crusading leftist!
In the months and years to come, the fate of traditional marriage, voter ID laws, immigration control measures, and scores of other conservative issues will be decided by state supreme courts.
That makes this year's elections so incredibly important.
And, because many of these elections are "non-partisan," and involve "social issues", the Republican Party establishment wants nothing to do with them!
So the Committee for an Ethical Judiciary has to step in and help.
|Our goal is to help identify and turn out conservative voters in these key races. And our ability to do that could mean the difference between winning and losing.|
Please do what you can. Election Day is next week!
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
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|David Shrum - Chairman|
Committee for an Ethical Judiciary
932 "D" Street, Suite 2
Ramona, California 92065
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Subj: CandidateSharon4SeniorsMN64_Constitutionality204c.31County_State Canvass Boards Sharon is not a Liar or Lawyer Unreasonable 20 yrs later Tobacco Case Still in Court THEREFORE DFL Lawyer,Commitment Lawyer Senator64 Dick Cohen MN CONST.ARTIII MUST GO:
TThe Supreme Court concluded (1) the proposed tobacco appropriation bonds did not constitute public debt for which the state's full faith, credit, and taxing powers have been pledged under the plain language of Minn. Const. art. XI, 4; and (2) therefore, the restrictions imposed by Minn. Const. art. XI, 5 do not apply to the bondsSearch Results
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May 8, 1998 – At its heart, Minnesota's tobacco case was a fraud and anti-trust case. The state and Blue Cross and Blue Shield claimed tobacco companies Schowalter v. State
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Areas of Law: Constitutional Law
Petitioner, the Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Management and Budget, validation tobacco appropriation bonds to be issued to refund, in advance of maturity, outstanding tobacco securit
|Opinion Date: October 31, 20
SAT: 3NOV2012Please Vote Tues 6thNov2012 Forward,circulate,copy Vote YES Sharon4SeniorsMinnesota4Mitt4MarriageSubject: Candidate SharonAndersonABOLISH SCAPCommittment PanelJudgesBadBehaviorRICO Wilful neglience to AbateSeeking Assistance also www.lawlessamerica.com NOTICE OF GOOD FAITH INTENT TO CHALLENGE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF COUNTY AND STATE CANVASS BOARD MEMBERS, DEFENDANTS MARK OSWALD, SHARI MOORE CITY CLERK,JUDGE KAREN J. ASPHAUG MEMBER OF SCAP ET AL. MN CONSTITUTION ART. III SEPARATION OF POWERS. Ruling Case Law In re: Scarrella4Justice221NW2d562 www.sharon4judge.blogspot.com www.lufsky.blogspot.comThereforeSharon4AG20141. Ramsey County canvassing board: Rafael Ortega, Ramsey County CommissionerJan Parker, Ramsey County CommissionerMark Oswald, Ramsey County AuditorLawrence Dease, Ramsey County Court AdministratorShari Moore, St Paul City Clerk – designee of Mayor Coleman
ST. PAUL, Minn.—October 30, 2012—Secretary of State Mark Ritchie today announced the members of the State Canvassing Board whose responsibility it will be to canvass and certify the results of the State General Election held on November 6.
Minnesota Statutes 204C.31 requires the Secretary of State to select the five members of state canvassing board. By law members of the board must be the secretary of state, two judges from the Minnesota Supreme Court and two judges of the district court.
Members of the 2012 State General Election State Canvassing Board include:
• The Honorable Mark Ritchie, Minnesota Secretary of State
• The Honorable Paul H. Anderson, Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court
• The Honorable Christopher J. Dietzen, Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court
• The Honorable Edward I. Lynch, Chief Judge, First Judicial District
• The Honorable Karen J. Asphaug, District Court Judge, First Judicial District
To avoid conflicts of interest, by law, no judges or justices who are members of the state canvassing board may be candidates at the election. It is also important to note that unlike other election issues subject to administrative recounts, constitutional amendments are not subject to recounts administered by the state canvassing board, but are subject to court election contests.
The State Canvassing Board will meet at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, November 27, 2012, in Room 10 of the State Office Building located at 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., St. Paul, Minnesota
http://www.sharonagmn2010.blogspot.com/ must file July 2013
- Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea
- Dan Griffin www.griffithforjudge.com
- Justice Alan C. Page
- Justice Paul H. Anderson
- Justice G. Barry Anderson Dean Barkley www.barkleyforjustice.com
- Justice Christopher J. Dietzen
- Justice David R. Stras Tim Tingelstad www.highesthill.com
- Justice Wilhelmina M. Wright
Current Candidate _Senate64 www.sharonsenate64.blogspot.com www.facebook.com/sharon4anderson www.twitter.com/sharon4anderson www.sharon4anderson.org
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