November 28, 2015




Atty. Orly Taitz of California has submitted an election law complaint to the State of New Hampshire regarding the positioning of Barack Hussein Obama’s name on the 2012 presidential ballot in the Granite State.

On November 15, 2011, Sharon Rondeau of the Post & Email provided the following information about the Election law complaint filed in New hampshire:

New Hampshire holds the first primary for presidential elections, which Secretary of State William Gardner recently announced will take place on January 10, 2012.

Taitz told The Post & Email that her complaint has been sent via fax and certified mail, and that “It’s already there.”  She is asking other concerned citizens to file their own complaints using the form which is available online.  She stated that other filers should indicate that they are joining her complaint.  A list of candidates from both major parties registered in New Hampshire as of October 28, 2011 shows that Obama filed for placement on the ballot on October 20, 2011.

A schedule of deadlines leading up to the January 10 primary is here.  Requirements to register have not been updated to reflect the January 10 date.

Taitz stated that she wanted to “get the ball rolling” and therefore filed her own complaint.  She stated that Rep. Laurence Rappaport (R-Coos 1) will be joining her complaint as well as Rep. Timothy Comerford (R-Epping, Fremont).  Just prior to going to press, Taitz reported on her website that Rep. Harry Accornero will also be joining the election complaint.

Rappaport had brought concerns about Obama’s eligibility to New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney and Secretary of State Gardner before the 2008 presidential election, but no action was taken.  Section 655-17b of the New Hampshire election code, which contains a statement to which a presidential candidate must swear, reads, in part:

II.  I,                                 , swear under penalties of perjury that I am qualified to be a candidate for president of the United States pursuant to article II, section 1, clause 4 of the United States Constitution, which states, “No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President…”

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