I, one of the People do present you with this notice that you may provide immediate due care:
The People have assembled and realized that the government officers are simply trustees and servants and when they act outside of their authority or against the will of the People that no court is needed, no permission is needed, but the government officers are simply trustees that serve us at our pleasure. Therefore, it is my will and intent for you to immediately set up a Revote in Arizona, in good faith, based on the Affidavit of Christian Lamar; however, if you should fail to serve the People and carry out our will, we are in support of Christian’s statement that you are doing it without right and with malice. It is my wish to remove all officers who have in any way changed the ways of elections or not followed their oath to act in good faith in following the State Constitutions and laws of the same. In Arizona Constitution Article 2 Section 1, it reveals that the People have a right to bring the government servants to a frequent recurrence to fundamental principles; therefore, it is my will that you take notice of the following Maxims and truth from authorities in law:
Maxim: Things invalid from the beginning cannot be made valid by subsequent act.
Maxim: Void things are as no things.
Maxim: A thing void ab initio is one that never went into effect.
Maxim: Things grounded upon an ill and void beginning cannot have a valid or good perfection.
Please take notice that your invalid methods of doing elections, outside of the will of the People, are not certifiable. The people are not deceived into believing that any act, not following law, came into being, went into effect or has any good perfection. Therefore, the People will either have a Revote or will use the supreme power we have to correct all election issues as well as the various encroachments against the People;
Please take notice that John Locke, an authority in law, declared the following in his Two Treatises of Government regarding times when government servants changed the Legislative laws approved by the people and the ways of elections (In the Chapter “Of the Dissolution of Government):
“Whoever introduces new laws, not being hereunto authorized, by the fundamental appointment of the society, or subverts the old, disowns and overturns the power by which they were made, and so sets up a new legislative.” (Quote from Section 214)
“Thirdly, when, by the arbitrary power of the prince, the electors or ways of elections are altered without the consent and contrary to the common interest of the people, there also the legislative is altered. For if others than those whom the society hath authorized thereunto do choose, or in another way than what the society hath prescribed, those chosen are not the legislative appointed by the people” (Section 216).
“But yet so far as other parts of the legislative any way contribute to any attempt upon the government, and do either promote, or not, (what lies in them), hinder such designs; they are guilty, and partake in this, which is certainly the greatest crime men can be guilty of one towards another.” (Quote from Section 218)
“There is one more way whereby such a government may be dissolved, and that is, when he who has the supreme executive power neglects and abandons that charge, so that the laws already made can no longer be put in execution. This is demonstratively to reduce all to anarchy, and so effectively to dissolve the government.” (Quote from Section 219)
“In these and the like cases, when the government is dissolved, the people are at liberty to provide for themselves, by erecting a new legislative, differing from the other, by the change of persons, or form, or both, as they shall find it most for their safety and good: for the society can never, by the fault of another, lose the native and original right it has to preserve itself; which can only be done by a settled legislative, and a fair and impartial execution of laws made by it. But the state of mankind is not so miserable that they are not capable of using their remedy, till it be too late to look for any.” (Quote from section 220)
“There is, therefore, secondly, another way whereby the governments are dissolved, and that is, when the legislative, or the prince, either of them, act contrary to their trust. First, The legislative acts against the trust reposed in them, when they endeavour to invade the property of the subject, and to make themselves, or any part of the community, masters or arbitrary disposers of the lives, liberties, or fortunes of the people.” (Section 221)
In conclusion, please take notice that the People understand our power and realize that the connections made between bar association members, government officials and judges, who are often connected with the bar association, literally have no standing in making decisions over the People’s business. The fundamental principles that are part of your oath in the Arizona State Constitution demand that you correct the issues or submit to the higher authority of the People. Thank you for your immediate attention to this matter as this notice is sent to you in the love and peace of Christ, that you may correct the issues you have with the People, who have all political power.