8/18/2005

Daily Kos: Equality and Securing the Purity of the Ballot Box

Equality and Securing the Purity of the Ballot Box
by davidgmills [Subscribe]
Thu Aug 18th, 2005 at 13:28:44 CDT

It has become an obsession of mine to see if there is any way to stop paperless voting.

I think I have found a way, so I am filing a suit in my own name here in Tennsessee based on the Tennessee Constitution, and claiming that the paperless ballot violates the Tennessee Constitution.

I think many state constituitons have similar language and such a suit would work elsewhere. I am inviting copycat suits.

I have attached a first draft for you legal Kossaks and would appreciate input.

The Complaint is in Extended Entry.

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IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE
30TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

DAVID G. MILLS
VS. NO._______
SHELBY COUNTY
ELECTION COMMISSION

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COMPLAINT
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The Plaintiff, David G. Mills, an attorney licensed to practice law in the state of Tennessee and a resident of Shelby County, Tennessee, brings this cause of action against the Defendant, the Shelby County Election Commission, and would show the court the following:

PARTIES AND JURISDICTION
1. The Plaintiff is an attorney licensed to practice in the state of Tennessee, who lives and has an office in Shelby County and who is a registered voter.
2. The Defendant, the Shelby County Election Commission, may be served with process by serving Gregory M. Duckett, Chairman, at 157 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee.
3. The Plaintiff has standing to bring this Declaratory Judgment action pursuant to TCA 29-14-103.
4. This court has jurisdiction to hear this Declaratory Judgment action pursuant to TCA 29-14-102.

Daily Kos: Equality and Securing the Purity of the Ballot Box

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