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Excellent research and opinion about the Electoral College

from Ballot Access News
San Diego Publishes Ten In-Depth Essays on Electoral College
May 17th, 2009

The San Diego Union-Tribune of May 17 has these ten scholarly and interesting essays on the electoral college.

And, whenever we bring up the Electoral College, we always like to bring up our colleague Asa Gordon. Asa is a green who has worked tirelessly to share information and create pro se law suits challenging the Electoral College. Asa’s web-site is: here. Video at the read more.


One Response

  1. Dear Mr. Gordon,

    I am the attorney who has been suing the Electoral College since 2000. I called you to talk about it. I sent you an amicus brief. Apparently you did not use it.

    I came across the ruling against you. I have a way that you could take the case to the next level. Did you ever hear of civil Gideon?

    Gary Michael Coutin


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