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In DC today: Court hearing for an Asa Gordon case

As our regular readers may know, Asa Gordon is an electoral activist and Green Party member who studies election law, and attempts to improve the political and electoral system with pro se law suits on important issues. You can look at some of Asa Gordon’s ideas at his website: www.electors.us Today is an important and hopeful day in court for Asa Gordon:

Court Hearing Today: Gordon v Clerk HoR

Gordon, Pro Se, et. al. vs. Miller, Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives

2:00 pm
333 Const. Ave. N.W.
Court Rm. 27A
6th Floor
Judge Henry H. Kennedy

Plaintiff respectfully request that this Court, pursuant to Rule 65, issue a temporary restraining order or, in the alternative, a preliminary injunction prohibiting the the clerk from including  the full slate of unbounded electoral states Congressional representatives subject to the malapportionment penalty based on Fourteenth Amendment “equal protection” and “right to vote” violations predicated on Race and/or Party Affiliation in violation of Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. This amendment which requires that said congressional representatives be reduced in the proportion of the states protected class of voters under the Fourteenth Amendment who are denied the right “to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice-President of the United States.”

Please come and bear witness.

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