Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz: SCOTUS Denies Application for Stay/Injunction
The Supreme Court orders denied Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz application for staying the election as well as requesting that the Court would grant an injunction disallowing the Electoral College to hold its vote today until Barack Obama’s eligibility could be finally determined:
WROTNOWSKI, CORT V. BYSIEWICZ, CT SEC. OF STATE
The application for stay and/or injunction addressed
to Justice Scalia and referred to the Court is denied.
CitizenWells’ letter to the Electoral College presents the next potential opporutnity along the process of attempting to inform the nation about Barack Obama’s seeming ineligibility to serve in the office of the President. Also, I have my thoughts on the next steps in this process.
A current listing of eligibility lawsuits can be found here.
State-based initiatives for electoral reform can be found here.
Naturally, this posting will be updated as circumstances warrant.
Update: CitizenWells isn’t happy about this decision at all. Read up on what he’s doing about it.
Update: InvestigatingObama’s question may be “asked and answered:” Is the Judicial Review Allowed Only After the Electoral College Vote?
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