October 8, 2009
FINAL CC2009 Vote ALERT!
like the First Continental Congress of 1774, the 2009 assembly or
Citizen-Delegates will endeavor to formally document the widespread
constitutional abuses We the People suffer, document the Government's
steadfast refusal to respond to any of the People's Petitions
for Redress of Grievances served over the course of 15 years, and to
debate and adopt a course of concrete action the People may take to peacefully resist the escalating tyranny.
following are two new CC2009 promotional videos that everyone should
help go "viral." They contain powerful concepts and information
regarding CC 2009 and the Right of the People to secure Liberty. Please
send these links to all your contacts and encourage them to do the same.
Here's the second link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnhKMnvpI-c&
Here's a link to our CC2009-only YouTube "channel":
CC2009 Delegate votes can be cast by either U.S. MAIL or at a CC2009 WALK-IN Election Center in your state this Saturday, October 10th.
Mail-in ballots and registration forms must be postmarked no later than this SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 10th. Click here for Mail-in ballots, registration form and instructions.
Walk-in Election Centers will be open ONLY this Saturday, October 10th between 10 AM and 4 PM. Voters will be registered at the local Election Center. Ballots will also be available there. Click here for a list of local CC2009 voting locations across the nation.
Who are your state's CC2009 Delegate Nominees? (click on your state)
Final Delegate election results will be available on October 18th.Following high-integrity vote counting and tabulation protocols, votes will be counted by hand in full view of the public at each state Election Center (on October 10th) and then combined with votes cast by mail and sent to the national mail-in vote Center in Austin, TX (on October 17th).
public hand-counting vote protocol being adopted as part of the CC2009
initiative, is the subject of current federal litigation brought by the
We The People Foundation against New York state election officials
seeking to end all machine based voting based on the inherent (and unconstitutional) vulnerabilities of machine or electronic voting. The essence of the complaint
is that machine based vote counting is essentially performed in secret
by un-auditable counting mechanisms inside the machines, and is not
visible to the public. WTP's National Clean Elections Lawsuit,
NCEL, is scheduled for jury trial in September, 2010 where a panel of
Americans from New York state will decide if machine or electronic
voting is constitutional.
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