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North~Dakota Elections

Postby Raybert » Thursday May 1st, 2008 9:40 pm MDT

Hello,
I'm trying to get the facts about the Original Jurisdiction Governor seat in ND. I have been to a library, and viewed a copy (book) with the original constitution of ND (1889), as well as additional documents to help educate myself on what the qualifications are for the position. However, the qualifications I found are not much different than the existing requirements found in the State Of ND Constitution (1971-72). I must be missing something here. Are there certain documents I should be looking at to find the qualifications? The reason I ask, is there is no mention of land ownership requirements for electors in either the 1889-1955 constitution of ND, or the State of ND constitution.

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Re: North~Dakota Elections

Postby Admin » Friday May 2nd, 2008 12:03 pm MDT

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As per our phone conversation, you may recall we informed you there may be no difference between the original jurisdiction requirements for the office and the Corp. State requirements for the same. You simply have to go and study the State Constitution prior to 1968 and the respective statutes regarding those qualifications. We also told you that if you could not find the same, you would not likely go too far off base by studying the current qualifications for the Corp. State’s Governor’s Office.

As to the issue of qualifications of an Elector as it relates to the office, we informed you that the old definition of the term comes from the time before the Constitution of the United States of America and at the time of its formation people knew the meaning of the word. However, presently many states have no specific definitions outside of their common meaning. Other have redefined it. We are not concerned with that because we know that if we stick with the original (which is still current in many places) meaning of the word — that being “landowner”— we will always be in the right, so that is what we support all other issues aside.

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Re: North~Dakota Elections

Postby Raybert » Friday May 2nd, 2008 3:50 pm MDT

So such person who runs for OJ governor needs to be a "landowner" (land patent) period? That person also needs to meet whatever "other" qualifications are required via ND constitution? The persons voting (electors) must also be "landowners" as well...correct?

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Re: North~Dakota Elections

Postby Admin » Friday May 2nd, 2008 8:28 pm MDT

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To be sure, there is no avenue of contestability in our support, yes.
As we have stated before and it should be obvious as a matter of law, Team Law has nothing to do with any of the states elections. All we have done is present a vehicle of awareness of the necessity, in law, for the people to lawfully take control of and fulfill their elections of their original jurisdiction government’s chief officers.

Accordingly, of necessity, the people of each State must carry out such elections in accord with their own State Law.

We recognize the meaning of the word “elector”, when this country was formed as a Union of States, was: “a landowner that owns Land within the State that is otherwise qualified to elect”. When a Governor is elected, he is granted the authority to grant Land, via land patents, from the State to private persons that acquire the right to receive a Land Grant from the State. I personally would never vote for such a person if he did not own Land himself, even if such a person could otherwise qualify for the elected seat. How could they possibly understand the necessary responsibilities inherent in landownership if they do not have such personal responsibilities? How could they possibly understand the importance of protecting rights they do not possess. How could they possibly grant such rights to others if they do not personally possess them? We cannot fathom the answers to these questions and accordingly, if the people of an individual state are ignorant enough of these apparent necessities, that will not inspire us to lower our own standards for supporting candidates or those that elect them.

Thus, Team Law supports electors and their elections in our announcements of the elections that take place each year in accord with the various laws of the States of the United States in the Union of the United States of America.

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Re: North~Dakota Elections

Postby Raybert » Friday May 30th, 2008 12:26 pm MDT

Hello,
Regarding running for OJ Governor. If the OJ candidate "files" under Corp States Century Code rules - because the rules are the same as Prior to 1971-72 (incorporated), wouldn't filing through Corp result in running on the "Corp" ballot - so to speak? Even if you are not "listed" (write in candidate) on the Corp. ballot, and are using the vote by affidavits?

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Re: North~Dakota Elections

Postby Admin » Monday June 2nd, 2008 1:14 pm MDT

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We would follow the Standard for Review to answer any such question.

Accordingly, if you are following that method and you are to the point where you must study the terms of the relationship, we suggest you may want to go the Team Law’s website main menu link to the: Governor’s Corner. If you read the information found on that page, we expect you will discover the answer to your question.

If you did read that information and you still have the question perhaps you have not read or studied the Corp. State election rules, statutes and studied the respective election process by which they operate.

The two methods are mutually exclusive.

If have followed the pattern suggested above and you did not find your answer, you should likely call us following the information you will find on the main menu link: Contacting Team Law.

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