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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Supreme Court backs election rigging

A Political Oligarchy

  • Free elections in America are largely an illusion. Only millionaires, or candidates willing to be bought by the monster-sized campaign cash of millionaire cartels, have any chance of winning elections.
  • But this corruption is not enough. We see GOP controlled Arizona refusing to even print the name of other parties on voter registration forms.

(Ballot Access News)  -  On January 11, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Arizona Libertarian Party v Bennett, 15-598. The lower courts had upheld the Arizona law that says only the names of the two largest parties should be printed on voter registration forms. 

If a voter wants to register any other way, the voter must write in the name of that party, even if it is ballot-qualified and has its own primary.

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Rigging elections California style
Under GOP Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger both Democrats and Republicans eagerly locked arms to ban all smaller political parties and independent candidates from all future general election ballots. This ban, which was called "reform", reduces voter choices down to two parties in November.
In addition, your write-in vote has been declared illegal and will not be counted.
California still lists all parties on voter registration forms, but what is the point? Come November only two parties are on the ballot. Other nations who ban opposition political parties from the ballot include Cuba, China and North Korea.

Opposition political parties are still listed on California voter registration forms, but the parties are banned from appearing on the general election ballots.

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