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Constitution Party Sues New Mexico Secretary of State over dirty tricks

http://www.independentpoliticalreport.com/2013/12/new-mexico...

N E W S R E L E A S E

FOR RELEASE: Thursday, December 5, 2013

CONTACT: Frank Fluckiger, National Chairman: 801-544-405

Jon Barrie, NM Constitution Party Chairman: 505-508-3607

New Mexico Constitution Party Sues Secretary of State

National and State Parties Seek Reversal of Denial of Ballot Position

On July 18, 2013, the Constitution Party of New Mexico (CPNM) received a letter from Secretary of State Dianna Duran (SOS) stating that they are not qualified for ballot access. However, she did not follow state Elections Code that requires a notice of disqualification no later than March 15, 2013. The SOS did not notify county clerks of the removal and non-qualification of the party within the required time frame, and failed to notify registered members of the party within 45 days of the non-qualification of the party. Party members did not receive notice until November 1, 2013, a full six months past the deadline. In addition, the SOS broke precedent: from 1997 through 2011, when a party submitted a successful ballot access petition as CPNM did, it attained ballot status the next two elections not just one.

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Fear of competition. That's

Fear of competition. That's it. That is the only motive.

Southern Agrarian

The SOS is a Republican, so you are right

I am surprised, because I think it is a Blue State in Presidential elections, but I guess they have a Republican Governess :)

Maybe the liberty movement

should hire a bunch of lawyers. We understand the foundations of individual liberty. The principles we espouse are the law of the land. So why have we been so put upon by a bunch of low life criminals in high places?

What about an aggressive legal foundation, like the ACLU, that was known in every kitchen, and aggressively prosecuted governments that overstep their bounds, and corrupt government officials, at all levels. Reining in the parties would be a good place to start.

I would help fund a money bomb for a new generation of aggressive prosecutors who wanted to make a name for themselves in the name of Liberty.