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How many governors are seated and how many more need to be

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Re: How many governors are seated and how many more need to be

Postby Cowboy70x7 » Thursday January 17th, 2008 2:21 pm MST

OK first I'm NEW here and I'm not the brightest bulb in the socket, But I am here to try and learn ! What happens to get one of the governors like Eric Madsen or Robert Shell elected to one of these original seats ??? And is there a web-page with all the past and present Originals, as opposed to the Corp US ones that are easily found ??? Also the Senate that Madsen is part of how does that work ? :?:

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Re: How many governors are seated and how many more need to be

Postby Admin » Monday January 21st, 2008 12:49 pm MST

:h: Cowboy70x7:
Your inquiry is easily answered but our answer will leave you with work to do to get a complete understanding of the matter. We also suggest that instead of simply trying to learn (attempting to but not doing it), instead we would go to the sources (in history and law) for the desired knowledge and start studying there —you will accordingly learn, without trying. Thus, you will understand how original jurisdiction elections take place. It is all written in the law. Governors like those you related from Colorado were elected in accord with the laws of Colorado.

The Governor’s Corner main menu link from Team Law’s website takes you to a map that links to all of the currently elected State governors, there is no page that shows past governors. And the original jurisdiction Senate of the United States of America is the Senate set by the Constitution for the United States of America; thus it works exactly as is required in that Constitution as limited by the Constitution of the United States of America.

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