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URGENT: ACT NOW!! ILLEGAL DOE ACTIONS
by Karen Perry on Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 3:12pm

Alaska's Lt. Gov. Craig Campbell, who oversees elections, told the
Associated Press that write-in ballots for Miller will be tossed out.

http://nation.foxnews.com/joe-miller/2010/11/03/miller-getting-hose...

THAT WOULD BE ILLEGAL!

AS 15.15.360. Rules For Counting Ballots.

(a) The election board shall count ballots according to the following rules:

(9) Write-in votes are not invalidated by writing in the name of a
candidate whose name is printed on the ballot unless the election board
determines, on the basis of other evidence, that the ballot was so
marked for the purpose of identifying the ballot.

http://touchngo.com/lglcntr/akstats/Statutes/Title15/Chapter15/Sect...

WE NEED EVERYONE TO CALL THE OMBUDSMAN OFFICE AND FILE A COMPLAINT!!!

They WILL NOT be able to file complaint against the Lt Gov but will look into DOE practices.

I also called an attorney that was recommended to me during in the
write-in list fiasco...he said that as soon as the first Joe Miller vote
on write-in line is tossed, the lawsuit will be filed!

He will be following this as time progresses!

The Office of the Ombudsman was established by the Alaska Legislature in 1975 and is governed by Alaska Statutes 24.55.010-340.

The office accepts citizen complaints about state agencies and personnel.

The ombudsman may investigate to determine whether an agency act was
unlawful, unreasonable, unfair, arbitrary, erroneous, or inefficient,
and may seek an appropriate remedy.

Contrary to Law In an ombudsman investigation, "contrary to law" means that the agency:

* did not comply with statutory or regulatory requirements;
* misinterpreted or misapplied a statute, regulation or comparable requirement;
* failed to follow common law doctrines; or
* failed to comply with court or administrative orders.

"Contrary to law" might also apply to individual misconduct in which a
state employee performed his or her duties illegally or for an illegal
or improper purpose.

E-mail ombudsman@legis.state.ak.us

Phone Numbers

In Anchorage: 269-5290

In Juneau: 465-4970

Elsewhere in Alaska: 1-800-478-2624

Out of State: 907-269-5290

Attorney General Daniel S. Sullivan

tel: 907-465-2133

Lt Governor Craig Campbell

Phone: Juneau (907) 465-3520

Anchorage (907) 269-7460

Division of Elections Director's Office

(907) 465-4611

Toll-Free: (866) 952-8683

Director, Gail Fenumiaigail.fenumiai@alaska.gov

Election Program Manager, Kari Spencerkari.spencer@alaska.gov

Election Coordinator, Lauri Wilsonlauri.wilson@alaska.gov

Administrative Assistant Supervisor, Kristi DiCostanzokristi.dicostanzo@alaska.gov

Elections System Manager, Shelly Growdenshelly.growden@alaska.gov

Project Coordinator, Elections Outreach, Becky Weimerbecky.weimer@alaska.gov

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