The Presidential Race May Have Ended, but Election Reform Has Just Begun
10 Nov

The Presidential Race May Have Ended, but Election Reform Has Just Begun

November 9, 2016 – The long presidential race has come to an end. We fought an uphill battle but left our mark on the campaign trail. I want take this opportunity to sincerely thank every member of my team, all of our volunteers, and each and every one of you who supported me in my journey.

I am deeply appreciative of every vote that I was privileged to have earned, and I am honored to have won the nomination of the Reform Party along the way. The Reform Party has a rich history in third party politics, and it has an increasingly bright future.

I met many wonderful people throughout the course of the Democratic Primary as well as the General Election cycles, and I learned a great deal about our political process. Most of these experiences were positive, but a few were less encouraging and reflect a problem with our system that must be cured.

While I concentrated on a wide variety of critical issues during the primary season, I refined my focus for the General Election. During that later phase, I was driven by a single goal: To shine a light on the need for election reform.

I had experienced the worst side of politics during the primaries: being denied ballot access or at least being impeded from having a reasonable ability to achieve it; seeing state rules and media coverage manipulated to skew the results of the primaries or caucuses in favor of candidates who enjoyed political privilege; and evening witnessing election fraud as votes simply disappeared and were redistributed among other candidates. These practices have to stop, and I will continue to fight to accomplish that goal.

I have brought a series of lawsuits to expose what is happening. We will win some and lose some, but each one will highlight a problem in the system and, hopefully, force favorable change for future candidates.

I have created an archive of evidence pertaining to election fraud, so that people will begin to realize that it is a real problem rather than just some sort of conspiracy theory. The ability to manipulate votes in electronic environments is a serious threat to the integrity of our elections.

I have also created a library of links to organizations that report on election fraud and prosecute it or provide other insightful information that can improve our electoral process. With your help, I will continue adding to these resources until such time that something is done to correct the problem.

Just as I thank you for your support in the recent election cycles, I ask for your continued support in my ongoing quest. I cannot correct the system by myself. I need your input. Please share any observations you may have of election irregularities. The more examples we collect, the more other people will know what to look for.

Together, we can make a difference.

Those are my thoughts. What are yours?

(Please feel free to express you opinion below. My only request is that you do so rationally rather than emotionally and in a civil manner that respects the rights of others to disagree.)

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