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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Right vs Wrong Illegal is Illegal



Red Alert!
The felons are seeking to cancel out the votes of legitimate United States citizens, with the votes of illegal aliens who should be deported for breaking into our country, taking our jobs and bankrupting our taxpayer funded social safety net.

I have found just the right law to allow us to enforce our sacred right to vote. 254.415 allows us to challenge the eligibility of any potential voter who we legitimately registered voters believe is not a US citizen. For example, those voters who require a ballot in any other language than English and any candidate for political office who we may believe is not a US citizen.

These individuals would then be required to present their US birth certificate in order to be allowed to cast their vote since the law clearly states that you must be a US citizen in order to vote in the USA. Legal residents are not allowed to vote and those who crossed our boarders illegally are not only ineligible to vote but they are ineligible to reside within our boarders. In order to be sworn in as true United States citizen you must pass the citizenship test and be able to pass an English test. Therefore if you don't speak the English you are most likely not a US citizen.


254.415 Challenging ballot of person offering to vote; statement of challenge. (1) The county clerk, an elections official or any elector shall challenge the ballot of any person offering to vote whom the clerk, official or elector knows or suspects not to be qualified as an elector.
      (2) The clerk, official or elector challenging the ballot shall make, under oath or affirmation before a county clerk or other elections official, a written and numbered statement of challenge. The statement shall contain the name and residence address of the challenger, the name of the person challenged and a statement of the facts upon which the challenge is based.
      (3) A person’s ballot may be challenged at any time before the ballot is removed from its return envelope for processing. [Formerly 250.350; 1981 c.142 §4; 1985 c.808 §38; 1991 c.14 §1; 1995 c.607 §81; 1999 c.410 §55; 2007 c.154 §37]

      254.419 [1995 c.607 §83; repealed by 2007 c.154 §67]

      254.420 [Amended by 1975 c.627 §2; 1977 c.487 §4; 1979 c.190 §138; renumbered 249.875]

      254.425 [Formerly 250.400; 1983 c.83 §30; repealed by 1991 c.14 §4]

      254.426 Procedure on challenged ballot. (1) Whenever any person votes a challenged ballot, the county clerk shall ensure that the ballot offered by the person includes the number of the written statement of challenge so that the ballot may be identified in any future contest of the election.
      (2) The county clerk shall examine the challenge and determine if the person is validly registered to vote and if the vote was properly cast. The ballot shall be counted only if the county clerk determines the person is validly registered.
      (3) The county clerk shall ensure that the information on the numbered written statement is treated as confidential so that in the event of a recount of votes it cannot be determined how any challenged person voted.
      (4) The county clerk shall mail to each person voting under this section and ORS 254.415 a written statement that describes the nature of the challenge. If the person does not provide evidence sufficient to verify the person’s registration by the deadline described in subsection (5) of this section, the registration of the person shall be considered inactive until the person updates or verifies the registration, the registration is canceled or the county clerk determines that the person is validly registered.
      (5) The registration of each person voting under this section and ORS 254.415 shall be verified not later than the 10th calendar day after the date of the election in order for the vote of the person to be counted. [1991 c.14 §3; 1993 c.713 §33; 1995 c.607 §82; 2009 c.511 §9]



1 comment:

  1. Please go to www.protectoregondl.org to sign the petition to allow U S citizens to vote on the issue of allowing criminals who illegally crossed our boarders to be issued Oregon Driver's licenses.

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