Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Table of Bills Pending in State Legislatures Regarding Eligibility for the Presidency - by EricaThunderpaws

Some of America's legislators are finally recognizing that state legislation must be passed to prevent political parties from placing their nominees for President and Vice President on the ballot unless the leaders, and their Secretary of State, have ascertained presidential eligibility with certified documentation.  Candidates must prove Article II, Section 1 eligibility requirements.

Blogger jbjd has developed FOIA request forms and "Model Citizen Complaints of Election Fraud to State Attorneys General" for the states of Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia. The documents and advice jbjd provides helps citizens put pressure on state political parties, state legislators, and their controlling legal authorities.

If you live in one of the six states mentioned, you should consider joining citizens in your state by reviewing the materials on jbjd's blog. If you live in a state other than those already mentioned, you can still call and write your state legislators to demand a legislative bill that will prevent election fraud in future presidential elections. Such legislation makes perfect sense, especially in light of the fact that so many Americans now have reason to doubt President Barack Obama's eligbility.

If your state has initiated a bill that does not appear on this list, please contact me with the details so that the bill can be added to the table.  We need to keep the pressure on each state legislature to approve these pending bills, and to push the remaining 44 state legislatures to pass similar bills.  From this point onwards, success depends on citizens like you.

Table of Bills Pending in State Legislatures Regarding Eligibility for the Presidency


  1. Erica, I live in Illinois and have contacted my Congressman regarding this bill. Of course, I have heard nothing back from him. What do you recommend for the next step?

  2. Steph,

    Thank you for taking the initiative in your state. Illinois in particular will be a real challenge since that's Obama's territory. I don't know the makeup of your legislature, but I suspect even Illinois will see some new faces after the 2010 elections. In the interim, it would be interesting to ask candidates running for office whether or not they support this kind of legislation. Campaign and support those who do, and vote against those who don't.

    I serve more as a funnel of information than an authority on this topic, so your best bet is to put your question to jbjd. If you click the link "Model Complaint . . .", use the comment section to ask your question of jbjd; if I recall, you will probably have to register first. jbjd moderates her comments, so there will be a delay in getting a response, but you will definitely get some advice.

  3. P.S. Steph, I have added your site to my blog roll in the sidebar.

  4. Thank you for your help, Erica and for including the website!