uNDER revision FROM MY PREVIOUS 2020 CAMPAIGN
A LOT OF CAMPAIGN INFORMATION HAS BEEN DELETED
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A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR ALASKA
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bauer does not concede to the 2020
d16 State house election
BAUER wins every Precinct 3000 Absentee Ballots -unverified Signatures
SPOHNHOLTZ harvested absentee ballots using AL GROSS paid operatives very early in the campaign. IVY did not have to campaign to the people, and the PEOPLE in D16 were duped and deprived of equal voice and elections.
Ballot collecting is the gathering and submitting of completed absentee or mail-in voter ballots by third-party individuals, volunteers or workers, rather than submission by the voters themselves directly to ballot collection sites.
Ballot harvesting is the practice in which political operatives collect absentee ballots from voters' homes and drop them off at a polling place or election office. It may sound pretty innocuous, but this practice can and has been abused across the country.
Alaska Law Summary
Alaska law allows a representative to return an absentee ballot for a voter who qualifies for a special needs ballot and specifies who may not act as a representative. It states the following.
"A qualified voter with a disability who, because of that disability, is unable to go to a polling place to vote may vote a special needs ballot. ... The representative shall deliver the ballot and voter certificate to an election official not later than 8:00 p.m. Alaska time on election day. ... The voter's employer, an agent of the voter's employer, or an officer or agent of the voter's union may not act as a representative for the voter. A candidate for office at an election may not act as a representative for a voter in the election."
Alaska Statutes, Title 15. ELECTIONS, Chapter 15.20. SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR ELECTIONS
Sec. 15.20.072. Special needs voting.
Universal Citation: AK Stat § 15.20.072 (through 27th Leg Sess 2012)
(a) A qualified voter with a disability who, because of that disability, is unable to go to a polling place to vote may vote a special needs ballot.
(b) The voter may, through a representative, request a special needs ballot from the following election officials at the times specified:
(1) from an absentee voting official on or after the 15th day before an election, up to and including election day;
(2) from an election supervisor on or after the 15th day before an election up to and including election day;
(3) from an absentee voting official at an absentee voting station designated under AS 15.20.045 (b) on or after the 15th day before an election up to and including the date of the election; or
(4) from a member of the precinct election board on election day.
(c) If the request for a special needs ballot is made through a representative, the representative shall sign a register provided by an election official. The register must include the following information:
(1) the representative's name;
(2) the representative's residence and mailing address;
(3) the representative's social security number, voter identification number, or date of birth;
(4) the name of the voter on whose behalf the representative is requesting a ballot and voting materials;
(5) an oath that the representative
(A) is receiving a ballot and voting materials on behalf of the voter;
(B) will not vote the ballot for the voter;
(C) will not coerce the voter;
(D) will not divulge the vote cast by the voter; and
(E) has been notified that unlawful interference with voting is punishable under AS 15.56.030 ;
(6) the representative's signature.
(d) The representative shall deliver the special needs ballot and other voting materials to the voter as soon as practicable. The voter shall mark the ballot in secret, place the ballot in the secrecy sleeve, and place the secrecy sleeve in the envelope provided. The voter shall provide the information on the envelope that would be required for absentee voting if the voter voted in person. The voter shall sign the voter's certificate in the presence of the representative. The representative shall sign as attesting official and date the voter's signature.
(e) The representative shall deliver the ballot and voter certificate to an election official not later than 8:00 p.m. Alaska time on election day.
(f) If a qualified voter's disability precludes the voter from performing any of the requirements of (d) of this section, the representative may perform those requirements, except making the voting decision, on the voter's behalf.
(g) The voter's employer, an agent of the voter's employer, or an officer or agent of the voter's union may not act as a representative for the voter. A candidate for office at an election may not act as a representative for a voter in the election.
NEWS and INFORMATION
Voting a 2nd time to Impeach a U.S. President after their 4-years of false allegations and hoaxes. SUBVERSION against the United States?
Is the Republican Party out of control? Are they weak and condescending to the extremist Democrats, and what has now become the Democrat Socialist Party?
The Republican Party needs to be a Grassroots Party not with elitists who when in power sit back and pretend to be not self-serving.
The Party that has for decades selected their leaders on business and rich elites. No BACKBONE and believes that nice thoughtful writing will make the people believers.
Where are the leaders with loud voices and experience with reaching the roots of the conservative people?