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REQUEST FOR NOMINATION CERTIFICATES ALMOST FOUR MONTHS OLD
by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 16, 2010) — The Post & Email has decided that it will no longer allow the corrupt Hawaii Elections Office and Office of Information Practices to stonewall our request for Nomination Certificates from the RNC, DNC, and Hawaii state Democrat and Republican parties for 2008, 2004 and 2000 which we requested in July. These documents have been released to other parties and widely posted on the internet, leading some to the conclusion that the Hawaii Democrat Party violated state law and omitted the required “constitutionally-eligible” wording when the names of Barack Obama and Joe Biden were indicated as the party nominees for president and vice president, respectively.
The following letter was sent this morning to Atty. Linden Joesting of the Office of Information Practices:
November 16, 2010
To: Attorney Linden Joesting, OIP, State of Hawaii
Dear Attorney Joesting:
You have failed to respond to my October 22, 2010 letter regarding the Nomination Certificates which I originally requested from the Elections Office on July 27, 2010. Since their excuse was that they were busy with the “election cycle” and the elections are now concluded, why have they not acceded to my request? And why have you not enforced your own state law which you mentioned in your letter to them?
As an officer of the court, are you not obligated to enforce the UIPA law? Is there any reason why the Elections Office cannot release these documents with proper payment from me, which I have offered on several occasions to remit?
I am no longer asking, but rather demanding, an answer and the documentation. We all know that the state of Hawaii has lied about Obama’s origins, so I am not going to prove anything that is not already in the public domain. However, I have a right to the Nomination Certificates which others have received previously.
I will give the Elections Office ten more business days to send me the documents or I will be filing a lawsuit in Circuit Court against your office and them.
Thank you for your immediate response to this letter.
The Post & Email, Inc.
A copy of the letter was sent to the Hawaii Elections Office.
The October 22 letter and previous correspondence to the Hawaii Elections Office and OIP are here.