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Sunday, November 20, 2011

How Obama gets on ballots

Jack Kemp

It is not the same country many of us grew up in. Read the second part where Russian born Orly Taitz asks what would happen if she filed to be on the presidential ballot in New Hampshire.

Read more: New Hampshire board decides Obama eligibility

New Hampshire board decides Obama eligibility
Attorney planning appeal based on fraud suspicions
Posted: November 18, 2011
5:55 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh

A state board in New Hampshire has decided that Barack Obama's name is good to go on the state's 2012 presidential ballot because the application was filled out properly and the $1,000 fee was paid, according to an attorney who challenged his candidacy because of suspicions of fraud.

The determination came today from the state's Ballot Law Commission, which heard arguments from attorney Orly Taitz, who had filed a complaint about Obama's candidacy that was joined by several state lawmakers.


"I cross-examined," Taitz told WND. "I said if I were to tell a lie and give you an application saying fraudulently I was born here and eligible and give you a thousand-dollar check, would you allow me on the presidential ballot?"

"If there is not a challenge," she said she was told.

She said she now will consider her options to appeal the board's decision.

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