Saturday, December 18, 2010

Miller-Murkowski Court Side

Joe Miller (JoeMiller.us) the Alaskan U.S. Senatorial candidate was in court Friday in his case against the state of Alaska in how they handled this year's general election, which seemed to favor Lisa Murkowski. Here is a portion of the statement generated yesterday by candidate Joe Miller from his website:


"... The (Alaska Supreme) Court appeared particularly concerned about the fact that the trial court granted the State summary judgment on Miller’s claims, without even giving him a chance to seek discovery or gather evidence in support of them. “We presented numerous questions of fact to the trial court. According to official state records, thousands of people were permitted to vote without showing identification. Further, the handwriting on all the write-in ballots from several precincts was the same, or appeared to be written by only a few people.” Campaign spokesman Randy DeSoto added, “An initial review by our campaign revealed that several hundred convicted sex offenders voted, and we are concerned that this may indicate a wider problem with many hundreds or even thousands who voted who were ineligible to do so. The State wants the Court to allow it to ignore this troubling evidence, turn a blind eye, and simply hope everything was fine with the election, instead of allowing us to investigate these problems and give the public some degree of assurance that the election was conducted legally and fairly.”

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