To: County Election Board
To: State Supreme Court
To: Federal Congress
To: Federal Supreme Court
Notice and Demand for Elections Prescribed by the People
and Immediate Corrective Measures
I, one of the People (as seen in the 50 State Constitutions), Sui Juris, do provide you with following notice that you and your agents may provide immediate due care;
Please take notice that the People have assembled together, consulted peaceably by right, and realized that our servants in every state as well as the federal government, have often been led to believe that they are generating the basic rules and terms of elections. However, We the People are the general and foundational law that must be followed with exact due regard; And
Please take notice that John Locke, a father of fundamental law in America, explains that if servants change the way of elections, that those are not considered valid elections (see evidence below):
John Locke in "Two Treatises of Government” Dissolution of Government Section 216
216. Thirdly, when, by the arbitrary power of the prince, the electors or ways of election 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 authorised thereunto do choose, or in another way than what the society hath prescribed, those chosen are not the legislative appointed by the people.
Please take notice that I, as one of the People, demand that all public servants immediately return back to the foundational State and Federal election laws as seen in the constitutions. Please take further notice that it is the will of the People that you correct all errors in action that do not conform to the written constitutions, and to give you notice that it is the intent of the People to nullify all elections that do not meet the form prescribed by the People as is their guaranteed right (see evidence below):
John Locke in “Two Treatises of Government" Dissolution of Government Section 220
220. 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 the laws made by it. But the state of mankind is not so miserable that they are not capable of using this remedy till it be too late to look for any. To tell people they may provide for themselves by erecting a new legislative, when, by oppression, artifice, or being delivered over to a foreign power, their old one is gone, is only to tell them they may expect relief when it is too late, and the evil is past cure. This is, in effect, no more than to bid them first be slaves, and then to take care of their liberty, and, when their chains are on, tell them they may act like free men. This, if barely so, is rather mockery than relief, and men can never be secure from tyranny if there be no means to escape it till they are perfectly under it; and, therefore, it is that they have not only a right to get out of it, but to prevent it.
Please take notice that the People are wishing to see a repentance when it comes to the errors of their servants and you carry out the law in a lawful manner. However, the People know that you are simply servants, and that fundamental law, as well as state constitutions declare our right to solve all issues of compliance by removal of all actors in office or by altering and changing our constitutions to stop any further encroachments against the contracts you swore to abide by.