If you’re one of the two or three people in Alaska who actually trust our statewide elections, you might want to rethink that theory.
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Early indications of what we were up against in November 2010 came when the Alaska Division of Elections decided to post lists of write-in candidates at the polling places in direct contravention of their own regulations. And it got way worse, much worse, from there.
It you want to know the real story on Alaska election fraud, and how Lisa Murkowski and her controllers stole an election, here’s part one of a three part series.
The Senate candidate also uncovers evidence of other apparent statutory violations Juneau, Alaska. December 8, 2010 — Earlier today, Judge William Carey held a nearly two-hour hearing on challenges brought by Joe Miller, Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, to the State’s handling of the 2010 general election. Miller asked the Court to rule in […]
Anchorage, Alaska. November 19, 2010 — The Joe Miller Campaign filed its reply memorandum in support of a Motion for Preliminary Injunction yesterday to delay certification of the US Senate Election until a series of voting irregularities, that could affect the ultimate outcome of the Race, are addressed by the Division of Elections (“DOE”). The […]
The Miller Campaign Expects the Division of Elections to Adhere to Alaska Statutory Law Anchorage, Alaska. November 7, 2010 — Joe Miller, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, wants to ensure the law, as it is written, will be the standard used during the vote count and not a new interpretation. In a letter to Gail […]
Anchorage, Alaska. November 6, 2010 — The Joe Miller for U.S. Senate Campaign is concerned that the Absentee Ballot validation process began yesterday at 10 a.m without notification to the campaign. The Miller campaign was told of the news from a Republican Party member approximately 11 a.m. yesterday who was informed of the decision that […]