To do so before the election — per the e-mail below –” a lawsuit would have to be filed to have the candidate removed from the ballot.
Typically, such legal actions are brought in the circuit court as a declaratory judgment action seeking the court to declare the candidate ineligible to run for the office.”
Since Florida is a KEY state — with many electoral votes and a relatively large population,
perhaps Orly Taitz could get the ball rolling here. I know she is VERY busy, but maybe Florida is more important than New Hampshire, just saying.
Right now, Florida Tea Party groups do not have the financial resources to engage the services of an attorney to file and service a lawsuit. Of course — BECAUSE THIS IS SO IMPORTANT–they may be able to take up a special collection among their membership and persons who are well off financially. And maybe they could locate an attorney to file the suit for Florida.
If Orly cannot assist here, perhaps some other attorneys would step up to the plate.
I’ve taken the initiative and thrown the pebble into the pond. Now I can only hope that the ripples radiate out and attract the attention of other persons who can provide assistance. I’m sending this e-mail to several Patriots via bcc to see what ideas they can offer on how to get a ballot challenge lawsuit started in Florida.
George, does the Obama State Ballot Challenge organization have any money to devote to this cause ? Could your organization sponsor a Fund Drive to which Patriots could donate money so we and other States could finance lawsuits where required by the state procedures?
An outside the box idea just occurred to me. Shouldn’t our State Attorney General, Pam Bondi, file the lawsuit ? Her job is to take action when a crime has been committed. Obama’s certifying he was a “Natural Born Citizen” when he filed his papers in 2008 was a fraud. His use of forged documents and a Social Security number of someone else for I.D. purposes is also fraudulent. This is another avenue that can be considered for those states which may have an AG who is ”friendly” to this issue– or who will just carry out their sworn duty per their Oath.
Please let me know your thoughts.