Article II specifies only a male gendered candidate for that office. In fact Article II uses male gendered pronouns a total of nineteen times to so specify the gender of the President. No female gender is mentioned.
"Before Clinton or any woman can become President, Article II will need an amendment or a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court to overcome that ineligibility", Says Wallace.
Wallace is remembered internationally for his struggle against Mormon leaders 32 years ago on April 2, 1976 for seeking equal rights for Black men in the Mormon priesthood with success coming two years later.
Wallace chose the filing date to commemorate the assassination of Martin Luther King on April 4, 1968 as well as his own effort two days earlier. He says that these combined dates should be known as Civil Rights Day to mark the need for further expansion of those rights to all people regardless of race, ethnicity or gender so that women can legally be U.S. President.
Wallace Adds, "That equality will have to include the emancipation of women in the Mormon Church to hold priesthood rights along with the men".
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