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    This Senate Candidate Shows With His Gun What He’ll Do To Obamacare If Elected

    This Senate Candidate Shows With His Gun What He’ll Do To Obamacare If Elected

    "No compromise..."

    DANIEL NOEJULY 23, 2014

    Republican Joe Miller is running for the U.S. Senate in Alaska this fall. Joe has a blast telling you how he REALLY feels about Obamacare.


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    Lisa Murkowsky has voted like a Democrat since she was "elected". Sounds a little likethe establishment Republican tricks in Mississippi.

    New Reports of Ballot Stuffing, Native Voter Fraud in Alaskan Senate Race


    The Joe Miller for Senate campaign has released new affidavits swearing that Lisa Murkowski’s write-in campaign is benefiting from voter fraud. A notarized affidavit sworn on November 1 by a voter at Sand Lake Elementary School states when voting began, “there was already a stack of ballots in the box which in my opinion numbered in the hundreds.” The voter adds the ballots “were very neatly stacked and approximately 4 to 5 inches thick.” The affidavit adds this occurred at 7:00 a.m., and the voter was the tenth voter at that location.

    This Author’s Previous Story Confirmed

    A second affidavit, filed by election observer Elva G. Bettine, states write-in ballots from the Cordova and Angoon precincts seemed to have been filled in by one person. Bettine swore, “It appeared to me that the name ‘Lisa Murkowski’ that was written on many [of] these ballots was written by the same person.” This allegation lends credence to a previous allegations of “villages using one person to vote or fill in the write-in for several hundred people” this author reported exclusively on As previously reported, some Native villages supported “write-in” over Joe Miller by margins of 120-0.

    The new revelation echoes another allegation exclusively reported by this author involving that election officials may have stuffed an unsecured ballot box.

    It is well-known that a federal contractor was caught on tape encouraging his employees to vote for Murkowski. The state Republican establishment seems eager to aid the Murkowski camp, counting votes based on “voter intent,” in violation of state law — which the U.S. Constitution sets as the lone standard in elections. Pictures of state officials — many of them with deep ties to the Murkowski family — rifling through votes to divine the voter’s intentions resemble similar images from Florida’s 2000 presidential election.
    Joe Miller Still Leads

    Despite their best efforts, Joe Miller maintains his lead over Lisa Murkowski. Even including all disputed ballots the state is counting for Murkowski, Miller leads by 1,761 votes. On Sunday, Miller led in uncontested ballots by nearly 9,000 votes. Today, Alaskan officials are counting 9,800 absentee ballots, including 1,000 of which are overseas ballots largely from military voters. Miller spokesman Randy DeSoto states, “If previous trends hold for the absentee ballot count, it is possible for Joe to gain as many as 1,000 votes against Lisa Murkowski.” On the other hand, Politico has reported Murkowski needs “to win at least 90 percent of the ballots outright in order to declare victory without heading to court for a ruling on the challenged ballots.”

    One cannot help but wonder how many of those ballots being counted are legitimate.


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    Exclusive: Alaskan Natives Ask Obama Admin to Count Illegitimate Murkowski Votes

    Posted on November 11, 2010 by Ben Johnson

    By Ben Johnson

    The Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) has appealed to the Department of Justice to send at least one election observer to Juneau, Alaska, to assure state officials count illegitimate votes cast for write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski, according to documents obtained by this author. The appeal, dated November 8, states, “AFN is concerned that write-in votes from Alaska Natives in this critical race are properly counted in accordance with State and federal law. “ However, the remainder of the letter makes clear the AFN wishes to discard Alaska’s statutory, legal standard for counting ballots:
    The campaign for the apparent losing candidate, Joe Miller, has expressed the view that only write-in ballots that are properly spelled and completed may be counted. AFN believes that this view contradicts and repudiates the correct standard for counting votes in Alaska. The correct standard, which was adopted by the Alaska Supreme Court and endorsed by the Division of Elections, provides that, if the voter’s intent can be reasonably ascertained, then his or her vote must be counted. See Edgmon v. State, Division of Elections.
    Miller is merely insisting on following state law, which is the constitutionally binding authority in the matter. Alaskan statute 15.15.360. states a vote “shall be counted if the oval is filled in for that candidate and if the name, as it appears on the write-in declaration of candidacy, of the candidate or the last name of the candidate is written in the space provided.” (Emphasis added.) It adds “there are no exceptions” to this statute; “A ballot may not be counted unless marked in compliance with these rules.” As I have previously noted, the Edgmon decision does not affect write-in ballots, and Article I, section 4, of the U.S.

    Constitution requires, “The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof.” (Emphasis added.) The governing authority in this dispute is legislative statute, not an unrelated court case.

    The AFN appeal makes clear its intention is to count the maximum possible number of votes for Murkowski. “Throughout Alaska’s rural Native communities, voters cast their votes overwhelmingly in favor of a write-in candidate, presumably Lisa Murkowski, and against Joe Miller,” the statement continues. “In some rural districts, in fact, the percentage of write-in votes exceeded 70%, while votes for Miller in the same district equaled only about 10 or 11%.”

    The author is being modest. There were several such districts that voted unanimously for “write-in”/Murkowski, and against Miller. The tribal village of Newtok, which is more than 95% “Native,” voted for “write-in” over Miller 120-0, with one vote for Democrat Scott McAdams. Anvik voted 31-0 for write-in. Tetlin went 30-0. In Aleknagik, write-in beat Miller 12-1, with one vote for McAdams. The village of Eek favored “write-in” over Miller by a margin of 91-2. Kasigluk voted 77-2. Such en masse voting for Murkowski seems unusual an in area dominated by the Democratic Party.

    The unanimous vote seems to have come following possibly tribal pressure. A story in the Tribune Media Services described the scene in Newtok:
    “I was kind of scared Miller might win,” said Newtok’s tribal administrator, Stanley Tom, whose job is similar to that of mayor in other towns. ”We made a public announcement over the VHF radio to vote for Lisa Murkowski.” (Emphasis added.)
    The story noted the symbiotic relationship between politicians and their welfare-dependent wards. “While statewide politicians” – usually Democrats and Big Government Republicans – “often need rural Alaska to help win elections…It was an act of Congress that created the Alaska Native regional corporations, and it is Congress that streams money for healthcare and social services.”

    Native regional corporations known as 8(a)s have benefited greatly from Murkowski, pere and daughter. (Lisa was appointed to the seat in 2002 by her father, Frank, after he vacated it to become governor.) The outspoken supporters of federal set-asides for this minority group brought home $23 billion in no-bid federal contracts in the last ten years.

    When the younger Murkowski lost the Republican primary to Tea Party favorite Miller, the AFN encouraged her to run a write-in campaign, endorsed her, and pumped in a steady stream of cash into her coffers. John MacKinnon, executive director of the Associated General Contractors of Alaska, said, “The Native corporations got together and kind of started” the write-in movement. Bryan Mallott, a co-chair of Murkowski’s campaign and also a board member of a Native regional known as the Sealaska Corp., told his fellow beneficiaries that federal set-asides had “placed our billions in this state.” Joe Miller, on the other hand,condemned the federal largesse. For that reason, federal contractors have encouraged their employees to vote for Murkowski, and a Native regional front group known as Alaskans Standing Together spent nearly $1 million on a misleading ad campaign against Miller.

    Although the tribal Democrats showed unusual resolve in voting for “write-in,” there is no assurance they spelled her name properly. So, AFN has called in the Obama administration.

    Its corrupt voting rights division would undoubtedly side with the interests of racial minorities, who (coincidentally) usually vote for Democrats. It is, after all, the same group that dismissed voter intimidation charges against members of the New Black Panther Party and reportedly refuse to prosecute any case against a minority group.

    Before the 2010 midterms, the Obama administration deployed 85 election monitors and 335 observers to harass local officials, accusing poll watchers cautiously applying the law of “a variety of potential infractions ranging from voter intimidation or coercion targeting voters because of their race, color, national origin, religion or language skills.” Some were requestedby officials in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).

    Eric Holder’s Justice Department did nothing to curb the Democrats’ “Will Vote for Food”events in Nevada and South Dakota, which went a long way to re-electing Sen. Harry Reid, although two U.S. attorneys in the Clinton administration declared the “feeds” “clearly against the law.”

    Former employee Christopher Coates testified that Julie Fernandez, Obama’s Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, told employees “the Obama administration was only interested in bringing…cases that would provide political equality for racial and language minority voters.”

    Fernandez was caught on tape admitting the DoJ selectively enforces laws based on electoral outcomes. “We have no interest in enforcing this provision of the law” forcing states to remove ineligible, incarcerated, fraudulent, or deceased voters from state voting rolls, she said. “It has nothing to do with increasing turnout, and we are just not going to do it.

    There can be no doubt which way the federal observer would rule on whether to overrule state law based on “voter intent.”

    This establishes a pattern: Big government politicians dole out generous welfare subsidies to certain constituencies. Those constituencies vote overwhelmingly for Democrats or RINOs, legally or illegally, and the Obama administration sends federal officials to assure all their votes are counted.

    A federal observer may be unnecessary to throw the election for Murkowski. Division of Elections Director Gail Fenumiai has told the media she plans to count ballots with misspellings if the “voter intent” can be ascertained. Lt. Gov. Craig Campbell, who conspicuously thanked Frank Murkowski for giving him his start in politics, agrees the state will follow this standard. Meanwhile, Miller remains defiant, threatening a lawsuit to assure only proper votes are counted, in accordance with the legislature’s intentions.

    At the moment, it is Joe Miller, Alaskan state law, and the U.S. Constitution against the Obama administration, Eric Holder, the state’s big government Republican establishment, welfare-dependent minority groups, and state contractors who graze on the federal treasury. It is anyone’s guess who will prevail.

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